When you are the victim of an automobile accident, it can be difficult to know who to trust. You are surrounded by insurance adjusters who work for the other side, attorneys who may or may not have your best interest at heart, and health care providers who are often indifferent to your needs. Who can you rely on? Yourself. Learn what physical evidence to collect from the scene and how to preserve witness testimony. Know the tactics insurance adjusters use to deny you the benefits to which you are rightfully entitled, and avoid their traps. Get fair compensation for damage to your vehicle, as well as you medical bills and pain and suffering. Many people make catastrophic errors in attempting to handle their own automobile accident claims. The result can be financial ruin. Fortunately, most of these mistakes are easily avoided. The author is a trial lawyer and former university professor. This book is based on years of experience as an advocate and teacher.
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