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What You Can Do To Protect Your Claim

'Maggio Law

When someone else causes you harm in a severe accident, you deserve to pursue compensation. However, you must take certain steps that help you protect your claim. When insurance adjusters try to deny your right to compensation, the things you do after the crash help you move forward in the most effective way.

Here are some of the things you can do to help your case after a crash.

Contact a Lawyer

Speaking with a lawyer can help you start your process off smoothly. A lawyer can explain your options, help compile your evidence, and safeguard you from insurance adjusters who might try to deny your compensation. A lawyer can also work to maximize the amount you may recover for your damages.

Follow Your Doctor’s Treatment Orders

When doctors treat you for the injuries you sustain after a crash, you must follow the doctor’s orders. If you don’t follow the doctor’s treatment recommendations, insurance adjusters might try to use your actions against you. They might claim that you did not do everything possible to recover and should not receive as much as you seek.

Avoid Speaking with the Other Party

Don’t trust that insurance adjusters look out for your best interests. They often try to find ways to limit how much they have to pay you. To do so, they might try to use your statements against you. Instead, avoid speaking with them and direct any questions they have to your legal team.

Protecting your claim begins the moment you experience the crash. What you do after an accident can help you as you navigate the complex legal process.

Our Jackson car accident lawyers at 'MAGGIO LAW know the various challenges you face during this difficult time. Our goal is to stand in your corner and pursue maximum compensation on your behalf. We work hard to give you a voice and stand up to large corporations who might try to take advantage of your vulnerable situation.

Call us today at (601) 265-6869 to get started.

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