Helping You Deal With Insurance Companies
When you or a loved one has been seriously injured in an accident, your insurance provider will be one the first parties to contact you. It can be tempting to accept the first settlement offer that comes your way in order to quickly move forward with your life. However, doing so is usually a mistake. Settlement offers rarely take into account the full extent of the damages you have suffered, which is why seeking help from an experienced lawyer who can help you deal with insurance companies is so important.
I am attorney Brian Devane, and I bring nearly 30 years of legal experience to my personal injury practice in Albany County. I help people negotiate with insurance companies, ensuring your interests are protected at every turn. To schedule a free initial consultation, call me at 518-545-5954.
Insurance Providers Do Not Look Out For Your Best Interests
Insurance companies are like any other business. They exist to make a profit. Fully paying out every claim that comes their way will cut into their bottom line. While the adjuster you speak with may appear friendly and concerned about your well-being, understand that they are working for their employer, not for you. I know how to negotiate with insurance adjusters, ensuring all of your damages, including pain and suffering and anticipated future medical costs, are accounted for. I can let you know whether the offer appears fair and provide you with all of the information you need in order to make the best decision on how to proceed. If necessary, we can take your claim to court in an effort to ensure that your voice is heard.
Speak With An Attorney Before Speaking With Insurace Companies. Free Consultation.
It is important to seek legal counsel before making an on-the-record statement with an insurance adjuster. They may try to use your words against you in an effort to undermine your claim. I can let you know what to expect when it comes to your personal injury claim. To schedule a free consultation, call my law office in Albany County, New York, at 518-545-5954. You may also contact me online and I will respond to your message as soon as possible.