Adjustors DON’T Have Your Best Interests at Heart

Adjustors DON’T Have Your Best Interests at Heart

What’s the big deal? You got your leg broken in an 18-wheeler wreck and the adjuster is very nice and wants to “make it right”.

Same deal with the adjuster in the case where the dog attacked your neighbor’s kid.

And the adjuster in the case where your aunt fell at the pizza place.  

You want to handle it yourself and bypass paying an attorney. Understandable.  But when the 18-wheeler’s insurance carrier tells you the rear end collision was unavoidable because the roads were slick, it’s VERY hard to turn that decision around, even for the best lawyers.  

The dog attack? Now the nice adjuster says there’s a witness saying your neighbor’s kid was provoking the dog, so…unfortunately, they won’t be paying any of the $9,000.00 hospital bill that’s now your responsibility. Buh bye. Again, the liability carrier has made a liability decision that will likely take a jury trial
to undo. 

The adjuster who was initially so nice to your aunt? They’ve decided it was her fault for not looking where she was going.  

This happens all the time. When they see you’ve retained a lawyer who knows the law with regard to traffic accidents, dog attacks and slip & fall cases, they are much more likely to consider your lawyer’s trial reputation and listen to the statutory and case law used to establish liability in your favor. You win. BOOM. 

Make the call to us. If we can’t help you, we will tell you why. It’s more likely we can and will help you. Either way, the consultation is totally free. 940.484.5555.


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