A significant amount of myth and misinformation surround the process of pursuing a car wreck claim through the legal system—most of it courtesy of those individuals who have never been through this complex process themselves.
In order to help combat this, Caddell Reynolds has published an informative infographic to addresses these all-too-common myths—and help dispel the rumors.
Accident Claims: The Myths and the Facts addresses many of the common misconceptions regarding when and how to pursue an insurance claim for damages or injuries following a car wreck. These include:
- State Motor-Vehicle Laws
- Determining Driver Fault
- The Role Insurance Plays
- Placing Value on Injuries
- Pain-and-Suffering Damages
- Settling with the Insurance
- What’s in the Police Report
- The Value of a Good Lawyer
Know What Not to Do
Insurance companies and their adjusters try to settle accident and injury claims with a quick payout for the least money possible. Many receive bonuses to keep claims low—and do not have your best interests in mind. Please do not sign any documents or make any statements to the insurance company before an experienced Personal Injury attorney has evaluated your claim.
We Can Help
If you or a loved one is seriously injured in a car wreck that wasn’t your fault, call Caddell Reynolds for help at (800) 889-6944. When you call, you’ll speak with one of our top Arkansas car accident lawyers absolutely FREE.
At Caddell Reynolds, we will fight for the maximum compensation you deserve from the insurance companies. Our experienced Arkansas Car Wreck Lawyers understand car accident claims—and can help you receive the full and fair compensation you deserve.
Caddell Reynolds Law Firm will be by your side every step of the way. Call us for your Free Legal Consultation at (800) 889-6944 today. At Caddell Reynolds, there is never an attorney’s fee due up front. In fact, you owe us nothing until we recover for you. We have offices conveniently located throughout Arkansas to better serve you.
Caddell Reynolds. Make the right call!