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It’s shocking, but over a million people are arrested every year for drunk driving. Maybe you’ve been impacted in a negative way by a drunk driver. If so, I’m truly sorry to hear this. My cousin lost her son to a drunk driver and I personally was rear-ended by a drunk driver and I spent nearly three months in bed with a brain injury. My daughter, who was with me, also went through a long recovery period. I can say from personal experience that this is a difficult thing to have to deal with.
On top of property damage and the process of recovering physically, many people also face the recurring images of what happened. If you’ve been hurt by a drunk driver, then the most important thing for you right now is your health and recovery, but it’s also important to know how to handle the insurance company. It’s unfortunate, but insurance companies love to play games with victims of drunk driving accidents and this can greatly affect your experience.
You see, everything you do, everything you say, what kind of treatment you seek for your injuries, everything. It all impacts your case. What you don’t know can really hurt you financially, emotionally and even physically. Although many insurance companies work hard on advertisements and commercials to create the image that they are happy to help after an accident, they really only have one goal in mind. That is to pay the very least amount they legally are required to pay.
Accident victims often think they can save a buck by dealing directly with the Insurance Adjuster, but national studies of insurance payouts showed that people who use an Attorney get on average three times more money from insurance companies after expenses are paid. Call us today and we can have a free and confidential discussion about your case and put you on the road to real recovery.
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