Dealing With Insurance Companies and Car Accidents in Baltimore
Experienced Baltimore attorneys explain what you should do
Our Baltimore car accident attorneys know how frustrating it can be to deal with insurance companies after a serious car accident in Baltimore. Instead of helping you get the money you deserve, many insurance companies do everything they can to avoid paying for your accident-related expenses.
That's not right. That's why the Mike Slocumb Law Firm wants to meet with you. We take our work seriously. We believe injury victims should be fairly compensated for all their car accident-related expenses, including medical bills, lost income and lost future income if you can't return to work due to your accident-related injury.
Problems that often come up with insurance companies
There are so many issues that can come up when dealing with insurance companies after a car accident in Baltimore caused by another driver, including:
- At-fault driver's insurance company contacts you to ask questions, hoping you will say something they can use to deny your claim.
- Other driver's insurance company makes you a settlement offer, which doesn't even come close to covering all your expenses.
- At-fault driver's insurance company claims they cannot offer you more than their lowball settlement offer.
- Other driver's insurance company denies your claim.
Don't let insurance companies intimidate you. Level the playing field. Get the Mike Slocumb Law Firm.
How a Baltimore car accident lawyer can help you
Evidence builds strong legal cases. Insurance companies know this. That's why they often send investigators to the scene of a car accident in Baltimore or anywhere else as soon as possible. They know that if they can find evidence which enables them to deny your claim, you will likely have a hard time getting the money you deserve.
That's why our legal team regularly conducts our own, thorough investigation. We search for the facts insurance companies sometimes overlook. We regularly review accident reports. We track down witnesses. We frequently consult with reconstruction experts. We then present this information to insurance companies. Many cooperate with us but if they don't, we're prepared to take the other driver's insurance company to court.