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What to Do When an Insurance Adjuster Brings You to Tears in Virginia

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You haven’t done anything wrong. You are, actually, the victim of someone else’s negligence. Yet, the insurance adjuster who appeared friendly right after the accident doesn’t seem to believe that you are the victim or that you should be compensated for someone else’s negligent or deliberate actions. Instead, the insurance adjuster seems intent on bringing up all of the potential flaws in your Virginia accident case and pressuring you into accepting a quick settlement.

You Don’t Deserve to Be Treated Like That

Instead, you deserve to be treated with respect. Nobody should be pressuring you to make statements or accept settlements. Nobody should be making you cry, lose sleep, or experience anxiety. You have suffered enough.

Now Is the Time to Call a Front Royal Car Accident Lawyer

You don’t need to deal directly with the insurance adjuster on your own and you don’t have to wonder whether your conversation with the insurance adjuster has hurt your case. An experienced Front Royal auto accident attorney can handle all insurance company communications for you and make sure that your rights and possible recovery are protected.

You may have the right to recover damages for your past, present, and future:

  • Medical expenses.
  • Rehabilitation costs.
  • Lost income.
  • Out-of-pocket expenses.
  • Physical pain.
  • Emotional suffering.

Do not let an insurance adjuster take these rights and potential damages away from you. Instead, please call our Virginia car accident lawyers today for a free and confidential consultation. We can be reached via this website or by calling (540) 636-7100 or (888) 534-5346.

Andrew Thomas
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Andrew Thomas is an experienced civil litigation attorney in Virginia and is AV Rated by Martindale-Hubbell.
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