If someone else’s negligence leaves you injured in a car accident, obtaining the compensation to which you are entitled in a timely manner is critical to your ability to reach your fullest recovery. While every car accident claim follows its own path – at its own pace – having a skilled Atlanta car accident attorney on your side helps to ensure that you will be justly compensated and that your claim will settle in a timely manner.
Keeping the Claims Process on a Timely Schedule
There are things that you can do to help ensure that settling your car accident claim doesn’t take longer than it should, including:
- Consulting with a dedicated car accident attorney early on is the single best way to help ensure that the insurance company doesn’t artificially protract the settlement process.
- Allowing your car accident attorney to communicate with the insurance company on your behalf (and refraining from doing so yourself) is also a wise practice that can help expedite the process.
- If the insurance company refuses to negotiate with you in good faith, filing a lawsuit against it may motivate the insurance company to move the process along more fairly.
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Car Accident FAQ
Is it too soon to consult with an attorney?
The sooner you consult with an experienced car accident attorney, the better your chances are of obtaining just compensation.
How will I know if a settlement offer is fair?
Your experienced car accident attorney will help you understand the extent of your covered damages and whether or not the settlement offer made by the insurance company is fair.
Will I have to go to court?
It is very unlikely that your car accident claim will end up in court – the vast majority settle out of court.