Filing an Auto Accident Claim
Car Accident Help in North & South Carolina
If you are seriously injured in a car accident, you may need to file a legal claim in order to pursue the full financial compensation you need for your medical care. Representing the injured across North Carolina and South Carolina, we at Crumley Roberts are here to help. Filing an auto accident claim can be complex, and the challenges only increase in the face of unscrupulous practices by some insurance providers who may attempt to pay the smallest settlement possible to protect their interests. When you work with an auto accident attorney at Crumley Roberts, we put your interests first.
There are a few primary ways in which we use our legal experience and knowledge to handle car accident claims:
- Ideally, we will handle all communication with the insurance provider so you don’t have to. We can also advise you on what to say and what not to say when dealing with the insurance company to avoid unintentionally harming your chances at a fair settlement.
- We will work with our in-house investigators to determine exactly what caused your accident.
- We will gather evidence that shows how and why your accident occurred, in the event that the other party tries to lay blame on your shoulders.
We will gather all evidence that shows how much your claim should be worth.
This may include:
- Medical bills and medical records;
- Auto repair estimates and bills;
- Paystubs and tax returns; and
- Receipts for medication, auto parts, medical supplies, and other relevant expenses.
- We will send a demand letter to the insurance company that lists these expenses and losses and requests a fair settlement on your behalf.
- If the insurance company sends a counter offer, we will review this and try to negotiate the best possible settlement.
- Upon receiving a fair settlement, we will process this payment and give you your money.
At Crumley Roberts, we want to take away the worry. Dealing with a car accident insurance claim can be difficult, but our firm is here to help. Please call (866) 691-0607 to discuss your particular case.