You pay your insurance for your vehicle on time every month. You feel confident the hefty premiums are worth it because your insurance agent has hashed out a policy that you feel will work well should you be involved in an accident. You rest easy knowing your insurance provider will keep you and your property safe should disaster arise. Unfortunately, these statements can be inaccurate. When you are involved in an accident, many times your insurance agency will do whatever it takes to keep you form being compensated for injury or loss due to an accident.

 

Here are some facts that reveal the nasty truth about auto insurance companies:

 

Though you feel you are paying top dollar for protection insurance companies do not pay out as easily as you may think. Claims adjusters and lawyers on retainer to the insurance company work hard to make sure the insurance company pays out the least amount possible to the claimant in the event of an accident.

 

After an accident, the insurance company deploys adjusters and investigatory teams in order to put together the evidence of how the event occurred. They do this in order to build up a case against the claimant; ensuring the least amount of pay out or worse, complete denial of the claim.

 

The insurance company can use sly investigation tactics in order to confuse a claimant. They will ask questions hoping a claimant will “slip up” or admit fault. This of course can damage the claimants case for compensation.

 

After an accident, it is imperative you contact an experienced attorney who works in auto accident claims. Dealing with insurance companies can be confusing and frustrating, you need an attorney on your side that can aid you in recovering as much compensation as possible due to property damage, physical injury, and other losses. Mitch Grissim & Associates are Nashville auto accident lawyers who understand the insurance company’s tricks and tactics. Please contact us today for a free consultation. We will work hard against the insurance companies so you receive the compensation you deserve.