The aftermath of a car accident can be rife with stress, anxiety and chaos.
If you car was severely damaged, you would not be able to get around as easily as you could before the accident. Your bank account is also under threat from expensive car repairs, sky-high medical bills, and missed time from work.
Playing endless phone tag with insurance adjusters, doctors, and medical billing departments as you try to keep your life from falling apart only adds to the stress. Thankfully, there are a few things you can do to prepare yourself for these circumstances and protect your finances after a car accident.
With this guidebook, you receive all the tools and knowledge you need to self-direct your auto accident claim and settlement. Knowing the secrets of how insurance companies work, and with enough preparation, you can navigate through the chaos to get the injury settlement you deserve. Car accident victims typically get low-ball settlement offers and they naively accept them.
Don’t be that victim.
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A Sneak Peek Into Your Personal Injury Guide
We cover the following topics:
One of the first questions after an accident is 1) what to do about your car, and 2) whose fault was the accident. We can guide you through the process of documenting the damage on your car, getting it fixed, and requesting a police report. You can also obtain the tools to negotiate with the insurance company to get reimbursed for your car’s fair market value if it was totaled. If the other driver was at fault, the at-fault driver’s insurance would have to pay.
If you were injured in an accident, this section helps you navigate through the often messy medical and insurance systems and come out on top in the end. You also want to account how your family was directly or indirectly affected by your injuries, and for how long you were out of work. These factors should also figure into your settlement to get a bigger payout.
In this section, you learn how insurance adjusters think and how their companies operate. The first step is to understand that insurance companies are in the business of making money, not making you whole. Read our tips in this guidebook to learn how to negotiate with insurance companies whose interests do not necessarily align with your own. Taking advantage of this inside knowledge, you can get the most out of your settlement
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Don’t Be Reactive. Be Proactive.
None of us expects to get in an accident.
We don’t even figure these scenarios into our life plans. When an accident does happen, it throws us off and our lives get tossed into disarray. We react to one thing, then we react to the next thing, and so on.
If several things happen in quick succession, such as medical bills, repair bills, and legal notices from insurance companies piling up on top of each other, we tend to react out of emotion and fear, not out of rational or forward planning.
Why You Should Read Our Guide
Our guide helps you stay on top of everything amid the chaos after an accident.
Instead of giving into despair and frustration, you will handle the insurance companies, medical billing departments, your employer and all other parties involved, and still come out on top.
- Learn how to steer your own auto accident claim in your favor.
- Know how to collect the right evidence to maximize the value of your claim.
- Discover the little-known secrets of how insurers evaluate auto accident claims.
- Negotiate like a pro even with the cards stacked against you.
- Get a payout as much as ten times larger than the usual settlement.
And the best part?