Mar 18, 2020
The weeks and months following a
car crash can often leave you with serious injuries and anxiety that will require
extensive medical care. You may also experience pain and suffering, emotional
trauma, financial stress and work loss.
Many steps arise when you file a claim for the recovery of benefits. It
may occur that even though you are entitled to compensation for pain and
suffering, your insurance company may still fight you.
The professionally trained staff of attorneys at Fieger Law can
handle all aspects of your insurance claims, both with your insurance
company as well as the defendant’s. We know this can be a troubling
time for you and it is our mission to let you focus on your recovery while
we focus on the fighting the insurance companies.
Call Fieger Law today if you need
legal advice: (800) 294-6637.
After the crash, you should contact your insurance company to begin filing
a claim. Of course, you want to make sure you have the right information
to submit to your provider, including the other driver’s license,
contact information, insurance policy, and anything else you may have
gathered from the scene, such a photos or the police report.
Because Michigan is a No-Fault state, you will always report the crash
to your insurance provider. If your damages were more than can be covered
by your own insurance, that is when you will want to call your attorney.
They will be able to file a lawsuit against the negligent driver for your
pain and suffering.
Your insurance company may try to deny your claim by saying you: