3 Reasons to Talk to a New York Accident Attorney Before Settling with an Insurance Company

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The lure of a quick New York truck accident settlement can be enticing. You understandably want to put the whole nightmare behind you. Your medical bills may be adding up. You may be unable to work. The proposed settlement from the insurance company may even sound pretty good.

Yet, it is important not to accept any insurance company settlements without speaking to your New York accident attorney.

Here's why:
  • It is important to understand what your rights are and what your case is really worth. You do not want to shortchange yourself or deprive your family of significant amounts of money unnecessarily. Learn what your rights really are from a New York accident lawyer who is working for you.
  • The insurance company wants to settle with you for the least possible amount of money. Quite simply, the insurance company makes money by paying out as little as possible in accident claims. A New York City accident attorney can evaluate the case and let you know whether the proposed settlement is fair.
  • There are unlikely to be any second chances. Once you agree to a settlement, you will likely be bound to that settlement. You will not get additional money in the future, even if the initial settlement was too low. 

For more information about how you may benefit from speaking to a New York truck accident attorney, please call one of our experienced injury lawyers today at 1-800-PAGAN-911 for a free consultation about your rights and potential recovery.

Learn more about dealing with insurance companies after a New York truck crash in our FREE library article: What to Do When a Trucker's Insurance Company Calls You After a New York Accident 

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