Should I Share Information With The Other Party’s Insurance Company After A Car Crash?


Should I Share Information With The Other Party’s Insurance Company After A Car Crash?Let’s be clear about this – not only you are not required to talk to the other party’s insurance company if you have been involved in an automobile accident in South Florida, but it is highly recommended that you do not do so. Like any other moneymaking enterprise, insurance companies are primarily looking to protect their own vested interests and profits, and paying out any claim in full is detrimental to their bottom lines. Any conversation with the other party’s agency regarding the accident – no matter how trivial – can provide the agents with information that they can use to their advantage in order to delay your claim, or even deny it altogether. That is why it is imperative that, if you feel it necessary to talk to them, you have experienced legal representation on your side.

At the Fenstersheib Law Group, P.A. we have over three decades of experience in accident and personal injury cases, and in dealing with insurance agencies to make sure that the right compensation is provided to our clients. If you or a loved one has been involved in an automobile accident in South Florida, contact us today, toll-free, at 1-800-TellRobert. Our phones are answered 24 hours a day, 7 days per week, and we will evaluate your accident claim free of charge and advise you of the necessary steps to secure your legal rights.

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