Secrets on How To Negotiate With American Family Insurance
American Family Insurance, abbreviated as AmFam, has been in existence for 90 years. It provides numerous insurance packages for home, auto, life and property, and it is more known in states such as California given the fact that it just recently started offering insurance options for clients around the country. It is the 10th largest insurance company in the country, and it has just over $4.4 billion in premiums currently circulating. This means that it’s more than likely should you get injured in an auto or any other accident, that the other driver is covered under a policy taken out from American Family. Insurance companies conjure up an image of safety, reliability and dependability, but as a law firm that has dealt with countless number of claims by these companies, they are anything but the qualities that they espouse or promote in their fun, funny and quirky ads.
Are you looking for information on how to negotiate with American Family Insurance after you suffered an injury? While it may seem like a great idea to go it alone because “hiring a personal injury lawyer is expensive”, you may want to think twice. The whole insurance claims process is set up in such a way that you are frustrated over and over in mountains of paper work as well as taken advantage of through a series of recorded questions where you are asked leading questions in order to get you to admit fault. If you’re thinking of negotiating with American Family Insurance, please call us FIRST at (773) 902-0413 to learn more about your legal options for compensation, and we’ll get you over 4 to 10 times MORE than what American Family Insurance will ever offer you. The call is FREE, and you pay NOTHING out of pocket if we take on the negotiation process as we work on contingency fee basis, meaning that you only pay us at the end, and when we’ve recovered compensation on your behalf.
How To Deal With American Family Insurance
As a policy holder with American Family Insurance, you will be approached by a claims representative who will ask you a series of questions. They will also ask you to send them your medical records and offer to pay for your medical care. All this is done in an effort to blindside you weeks later when they’ve gotten enough information to prove that your injuries aren’t as serious as you say they are (they will have you on tape saying this by this time) and because they got you to sign certain binding documents, seeking legal help won’t be an option.
Let Us Handle The Negotiations – Call Us Today!
Working with one of our experienced attorneys will safeguard your claim and ensure maximum compensation. We will authorize the release of your medical records only when we deem it safe to do so, and we will coach you on what to say and what not to say to claims examiners. In addition, we will review all medical and other release forms before you sign them, thereby protecting you from signing away your rights and access to substantial compensation. Insurance companies often act in bad faith by refusing to negotiate, wrongfully denying your claim and do not base their offer amount on facts on the table, and this can mean that you may be able to file a claim against American Family insurance. Want to make sense of it all? Please give us a call NOW at (773) 902-0413 to learn more about how we can help. Thanks, and we look forward to hearing from you.