Auto Accident Clients – Dealing with Lapses In Medical Treatment

Earlier this week, I wrote the first of a three part blog on “Excuses Used By Adjusters” to low-ball an auto accident injury claim. That first article focused on auto insurance adjusters who hyper-focus on the frequently irrelevant “preexisting degeneration” found in MRIs and X-Rays. That blog can be found by clicking on this link…. 
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Excuses Auto Insurance Companies Use to Lowball the Injured – “Preexisting Degeneration” (Pt. 1)

Insurance adjusters are paid to low-ball car accident victims. As a New Port Richey Trial Attorney for 18 years, I’ve negotiated countless automobile accident personal injury claims. These negotiations take place with insurance adjusters if a lawsuit has not been filed, and with a defense attorney once in litigation. Whether an adjuster or attorney, the… 
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Uninsured Motorist Coverage in Hit and Run, Phantom Motorist, and Pedestrian Accidents

Does the Uninsured Motorist Coverage in my Automobile Insurance Policy cover my injuries? Most of the time, the answer to this question is easy: You, or an insured in your household, while occupying your insured motor vehicle, are hit and injured by either an uninsured motorist (someone with no bodily injury liability coverage), or an… 
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