Personal Injury and the Insurance Carrier
You have just been involved in an automobile accident and were injured. You were taken to the hospital by ambulance, spent several days in the hospital and have missed several weeks of work. How will you be compensated for the injuries that you sustained?
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Dealing with the Insurance Carrier
Assuming the person that caused the accident and your injuries has insurance for his or her vehicle (or that you the injured person has insurance for your vehicle), a claims representative will be assigned the claim to investigate its cause, issues of liability, and damages.
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At this time the police report if any will be requested by the claims representative, third party witnesses if any contacted, photographs of the damaged vehicles obtained as well as photographs of the injured person showing the injuries requested, costs of vehicle repair if any requested as well as all medical bills and loss of work data sought to proceed the claim of the injured party or parties from the incident.
The whole insurance claim tender process can be overwhelming for many people and that is why the injured party should consult with a competent personal injury attorney to assist him or her in the claim tender process and to negotiate a fair settlement for the accident.
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