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My insurance company is offering me a settlement. Do I need a lawyer?

Following a serious car accident, your insurance company may offer you a settlement to compensate you for any damages or injuries you may have sustained in the crash. However, while you may be tempted to accept this money, particularly if you have mounting medical debt, it is often a good idea to take a step back and evaluate whether the settlement offer is fair, or if you are entitled to more under your policy.

What If the Insurance Company Denies My Car Accident Claim?

Did the insurance company deny your car accident claim? If so, you may be wondering how to find a car accident attorney in Hartford who can help you in your fight to recover the compensation that you are rightfully owed. The attorneys at McCoy & McCoy have helped protect the interests of countless individuals and families throughout every step of the claims process. We are Connecticut natives who have dedicated the entirety of our practice to advocating on behalf of accident victims in all types of personal injury cases. Each case we represent is given our personalized attention and full commitment. Nothing is more important to us than protecting the rights of our clients.

The Adjuster Says My Totaled Car Isn't Worth Much. What Now?

If your car has been totaled in a car accident, you may be wondering what to do if the insurance adjuster says your vehicle isn't worth much. The first thing you need to know is that you cannot count on your insurance company, and definitely not the other driver's insurance company, to have your best interests in mind. It is an insurance adjuster's job to determine the value of your claim and offer the lowest settlement amount possible.