FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., December 31, 2020 / PRNewswire / – Millions of Americans are injured in car accidents every year. They can cause medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, and more. Many of these people try to settle their claims without hiring a car accident attorney. So what do you do when an insurance company calls to clarify your case when it was not your fault?

Let’s take a look at five common factors to maximize auto accident resolution.

  1. Who was to blame
    Insurance specialists can try to reduce or deny your claim by claiming that it is all or part of your fault.
  2. Health insurance liens
    Before accepting a bill, check to see if your health insurance company may be eligible for a refund from your billing proceeds. Some states may have to repay them if they paid for your medical treatment as a result of the accident.
  3. Future medical issues
    Before resolving your case, consider whether you may need any future medical treatment. Once your case is over, you generally won’t be able to reopen it if you need more money for treatment.
  4. New injuries against old injuries
    Insurance companies could try to argue that some injuries were unrelated or pre-existing. However, if you’ve exacerbated a pre-existing injury or condition, these may still be considered.
  5. negotiation skills
    Many insurance specialists have settled thousands of claims and are experienced when it comes to settling claims for as little money as possible. While you may be an expert in your own profession, consider whether you have the skills and experience to take action against an experienced insurance provider.

Solving auto accident claims can be complex, and mistakes can result in you paying bills and making future medical expenses. To learn more about how a Florida The car accident attorney can help you negotiate your car accident claim. Check out the auto accident attorney Jason Turchins Article on auto accident claims in Florida (

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