Purchasing car insurance is not just a smart way to protect yourself and your vehicle but is also a legal requirement in most states. Although some people manage to get through an entire lifetime without ever making a claim against their car insurance, most people will eventually file a car accident insurance claim.
If you were recently involved in a car accident, you are likely dealing with physical and/or emotional injuries. Trying to navigate the often complex task of filing a claim with your insurance company can add unnecessary stress. Knowing what steps you need to take to successfully file a car accident claim can dramatically reduce your stress and help ensure that your claim is approved and paid in a timely manner.
While no two accident claims are exactly the same, there are some common steps required when filing any car accident insurance claim, including:
You have probably been paying your car insurance premiums for years with the expectation that should you ever file a claim, that claim will be paid in full and within a reasonable period of time. Unfortunately, that does not always happen. Instead, your claim may be delayed, undervalued, or denied altogether. If your claim has not been paid in full in a timely manner, you may need to contact a Florida car accident insurance claim attorney
You may be concerned about the cost of hiring an attorney when you find yourself battling with an insurance company over the payment of a car accident claim. Do not let that concern stop you from getting the help you need. A Florida car accident insurance claim attorney will only receive a fee if you receive a settlement or award at trial, meaning there is no up-front cost to you.
If you have a Florida car accident insurance claim and the insurance company is refusing to pay your claim in full, we can help. Call us at 407-500-1000 or submit our online form today. One of our experienced Florida car accident insurance claims attorneys will explain your rights to you and discuss your legal options at no cost.
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