What if the claims adjuster randomly gives me a call before I have retained a Texas Personal Injury Lawyer?
Quite frankly, NO.
After being involved in an accident, you shouldn’t give an “oral statement” or “recorded statement” to the other side’s insurance company under any circumstances. If you do provide them with a statement, then you may very well end up regretting it. If you are contacted, be polite and cordial to the representative. However, it is your right to decline to speak with them.
You can tell their insurance company: “I’m in the process of retaining counsel.”
Remember, most insurance providers have a special department of insurance adjusters which are assigned to the claims for individuals who do not have legal representation. These Insurance Adjusters are professional negotiators with extensive experience in using psychological techniques to manipulate you into providing them with information that can hurt your case or accepting a small nominal settlement. Remember, these tactics are employed and successfully utilized within 24 hours of your accident.
Claims adjusters are hired because of their geniality. Their welcoming and reassuring telephone presence is designed to hurt YOU and help THEM.
Only experienced professionals can beat experts at their game. Our firm beats insurance adjusters at their game every single day which is why you should hire an aggressive and relentless Texas Car Accident Lawyer
at the Rose Sanders Law Firm to handle your accident claim!