Have you recently been in an auto accident? Dealing with the auto insurance companies is never an easy task. Insurance adjustors look out for their own best interests and they are not deeply concerned with the physical and financial well-being of their insured. Many people assume that the insurance companies will offer them a fair injury settlement to cover any damages, but the truth is that the adjustor typically offers the lowest possible amount in order to appease you and close your case. Unfortunately, this low settlement offer will not be nearly enough to cover all of your medical bills, lost income, rehabilitation costs and your non-economic damages.
This is where we come in. Here at the Law Office of Robert W. Kovacs, Jr. we deal with auto insurance companies throughout Massachusetts on a consistent basis and we understand how they think and operate. Insurance companies have attorneys and lawyers of their own in case insurance claimants come after them for additional compensation. They operate like a business and in light of that they tend to underpay, delay or even wrongfully deny claims. By denying their insured the compensation they deserve, they are acting in bad faith and are not fulfilling their duty to the claimant.
Our Worcester personal injury lawyers know how to handle insurance adjustors and we can help you go after the full amount of compensation that is owed to you. Let our attorneys evaluate your claim and determine how much of an award you are eligible for. From there we can negotiate or resort to litigation in efforts to recover a fair settlement on your behalf. Call the Law Office of Robert W. Kovacs, Jr. today to schedule your free initial consultation with our car accident lawyer.
As experienced attorneys one of the most troubling thing I ever have to tell my clients who have sustained severe injuries is that there is not enough insurance coverage to compensation them for all the damages. This is not uncommon in car accident claim. In Massachusetts all drivers are required to carry an insurance plan with $20,000 minimum coverage.
However, if you get into an accident and the other driver does not carry the appropriate insurance, then you will not be able to get reimbursed for the damages from their insurance company. Minimum insurance coverage does not go very far when there are severe injuries involved. If both drivers carry minimal coverage, but your claim is worth $100,000, you will still only be able to recover $20,000 from the other driver's policy.
There is underinsurance coverage that you can buy in extension with your insurance policy that be used if you are ever seriously injured in a car accident. In cases where you get into a crash and the other driver does not have insurance or has insufficient car insurance to cover all of the damages, you can then file a claim against your own insurance so that the underinsurance coverage kicks in to pay the difference.
For example, if your claim is worth $100,000 and the other driver carries minimum insurance coverage of $20,000, you may be able to recover the other $80,000 from your own underinsurance policy.
Our firm has represented hundreds of clients with their auto insurance claims and we are here to help you find a way to secure a fair settlement. Our skilled car accident attorneys have a relentless presence in the courtroom and we stand ready to take your case to trial whenever necessary.
Contact the Law Office of Robert W. Kovacs, Jr. for assistance with your auto insurance claim or experience you can trust.