Archives for: April 21st, 2015

Claims adjusters are hired by insurance companies to evaluate your insurance claim, and are responsible for deciding whether the company must pay your claim—and if so, how much. After filing a personal injury claim, you may come to be “close” with your claims adjuster.

Unfortunately, claims adjusters are generally less interested in your well-being and recovery as they are in securing the maximum profit for their company. Claims adjusters are trained by insurance companies to find ways to undermine your insurance claim, and may even receive extra compensation if they manage to settle [...]

 Due to the inflated cost of auto insurance, there are many cars and other motor vehicles without liability insurance on our roadways today. 

While this percentage is relatively small compared to other states (the national average was 12.6% in 2012), North Carolina’s problem with uninsured drivers can suddenly become very serious to someone involved in an accident with a driver who is uninsured. After all, it is the at-fault driver’s insurance that typically pays out the compensation necessary to cover the high costs of medical bills and lost wages.

If you have been [...]