What To Know About Dealing With Insurance Adjusters
Insurance adjusters’ primary job is to protect the insurance companies that hire them, and doing that means doing what they can to minimize the amounts you receive when you have been injured. An on-the-job injury or personal injury can leave you facing serious financial challenges, but one wrong word to an insurance adjuster or signed document that dismantles your case can have an impact for years or decades.
At the law offices of Bredell & Bredell in Ypsilanti and Jackson, our attorneys work with Michigan clients to make sure you have the information and guidance you need to protect yourself. The sooner we can get involved and make sure insurance adjusters aren’t unfairly reducing your benefits, the better your long-term results can be.
One Wrong Move Can Change Everything
Even the most honest insurance adjuster is ultimately working for the benefit of his or her own employer and is under no obligation to make you aware of your full rights. For example, if you are injured on the job, they are not required to make you aware of other parties who may be liable or responsible for your accident.
The reality is that even a statement that seems innocent might do damage to your right to full compensation. If you are being contacted by an insurance adjuster, you need to seriously consider talking with a lawyer before making any statement or signing any document.
Our professionals are highly skilled workers’ compensation and personal injury attorneys who have been serving Michigan clients for more than 30 years. Unlike insurance adjusters, our priority is making sure you get access to the full compensation and benefits you may be due. We explore all options for helping you deal with the financial challenges presented by an on-the-job accident, a catastrophic injury or the tragic loss of a loved one.
Talk To Someone Whose Only Job Is to Help You
At Bredell & Bredell, we are focused on supporting the needs of our clients. When you depend on our attorneys for your counsel, guidance and representation, you get dedicated professionals who are by your side every step of the way. Contact our Michigan offices for a free consultation as soon as possible to protect your right to maximum results by calling 734-482-5000 or through our contact form.