The insurance adjuster in your personal injury claim can be an intimidating individual. Claims adjusters’ overall job is to get you to sign a release of all your claims for as little money as possible. Although you are not required to be represented by legal counsel in settling your personal injury claim, and the adjusters are well aware of this fact; thus, an aggressive Connecticut Personal Injury Lawyer can be invaluable in getting you the compensation that you truly deserve.
Typically, before settling a personal injury claim, insurance adjusters will discuss their case with their colleagues and their supervisors, especially if it is a more difficult and unique case. In order to impress an adjuster with your claim and to get you the maximum compensation that you deserve, you need to give the adjuster hard numbers. In other words, you need to talk dollar amounts with respect to medical bills, treatments, and loss of income.
Such details will lead you to the big settlement that you are anticipating. Your experienced Connecticut Personal Injury Lawyer can put together and present the necessary detailed documentation that the insurance adjustor needs in order to elevate the status of your claim.
The amount of time an adjustor spends on reviewing a claim during the negotiation process depends on the difficulty of the case. Regardless, even in the most difficult cases, adjusters do not have so much time to dedicate to the claim.
The insurance adjuster cannot settle a claim with authorization from either his or her supervisor or claims manager. Usually, authorization to settle is given in small dollar increments.
If you or someone that you love has suffered personal injury, it is in your best interest to consult with an aggressive and experienced Connecticut personal injury lawyer who can properly present the necessary evidence to the adjuster to settle your case for what it is truly worth and you deserve. For a free initial consultation, do not hesitate to contact the dedicated Connecticut personal injury lawyers at Piazza, Simmon & Grant.