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Auto Accident FAQs
Traffic accidents are traumatic regardless of their size and degree.
Being the victim of an accident can result not only in physical damage but in emotional and mental damage, as well. On top of coping with stressful medical bills, an accident can lead to missed time at work ― ultimately resulting in the loss of reliable income. Consequently, this can result in an inability to pay regular living expenses.
Bodily Injury Liability
Most auto accidents are caused by someone else’s negligence, whether intentional or not. While most car accidents are not intended, they are usually the result of driving errors or the condition of the vehicle being driven.
The negligent driver is the operator that caused the accident, and it’s the responsibility of their insurance provider to compensate you after the car accident.
Bodily Injury Claims
The responsible insurance company should pay elective coverage called, “Bodily Injury Coverage” or, “BI.” This type of coverage is for all injured parties, but compensation is not automatic.
Insurance companies will make you work hard to prove that your injuries require the compensation you’re asking.
Assistance From a Personal Injury Attorney
Do not try to negotiate with the insurance company by yourself. Their adjusters are friendly and want you to think that they’re advocating for you, but they’re not.
Insurance adjusters may tell you that you don’t need an attorney, but you do.
Get help from experienced law practice. Call Dan Newlin Injury Attorneys at 800-257-1822.
Dan Newlin Injury Attorneys are accident recovery experts and can help file your bodily injury claim. Even if you’ve been told there is no available coverage; you may still be entitled to compensation. Call us today for a free consultation, and let us do the work.