How to Handle Insurance Companies after an Accident

Following an accident that has left you injured, the responsible party's car insurance company will be one of the first to contact you regarding the collision and the damages that resulted from it. They will claim to have your best interests in mind, but they are only interested in a quick settlement and information to use against you.

Still reeling from the event, you may not be in your best frame of mind to make important decisions. That is where an Orlando attorney at The Umansky Law Firm can come in to speak on your behalf and protect your rights.

The job of auto accident insurance adjusters is to minimize the money they have to pay out in damages. At The Umansky Law Firm our job is to maximize your compensation. We have keen insight into their tactics and the steps they take to deny coverage or downplay the severity of injuries. We counter those tactics with the facts and focus on your best interests. We are dedicated to pursuing the compensation you deserve, protecting your rights, and fighting for the best outcome.

Contact an Orlando Car Accident Attorney

If you have been injured in an accident through no fault of your own, you want caring and compassionate Orlando car accident attorneys who will work with auto insurance companies to secure full and fair compensation for your losses. Call or contact our Orlando Florida personal injury lawyers anytime, day or night, for a free consultation.

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