Are You Getting What You Really Deserve?

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When you are in a serous accident or suffer a personal injury caused by someone else, you deserve compensation for your pain and suffering. When you are relying on an insurance company to provide that compensation, it is important to know what you are potentially facing. Insurance companies representing the person causing the injury will focus their efforts on minimizing their liability to you which could result in your getting much less than what you rightfully deserve. In short, the bottom line is their bottom line.

Dealing with an accident is an overwhelming experience and something you don’t face on a regular basis, fortunately. But for insurance companies, they deal with accidents everyday so they know this business inside and out. Their agents and representatives attempt to gather as much information as possible to build their case, which is not likely to be in your best interests. Sometimes this may work against you or even downplay the extent of your injury.

These companies are armed with strong resources, including experienced attorneys. So why shouldn’t you be armed with your own legal team as well? The Elrod Pope Accident & Injury Attorneys is committed to Personal Injury Law. They know how to stand up to the insurance giants and get the compensation to which you are entitled. Did you know that if you accept an insurance company’s initial settlement offer, you will likely have to surrender your rights to future compensation for your injuries? In many instances, that settlement offer is a figure much lower than what you reasonably deserve. Don’t negotiate on your own with an insurance company who is more concerned with protecting themselves than with your health and wellbeing. Contact the experienced Personal Injury Attorneys at The Elrod Pope Accident & Injury Attorneys today and tell us your story. We will fight to get you what you deserve!

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