No, it is not a problem. You always have the right to retain an attorney, no matter what an insurance company may say or suggest to you. The insurance company would love nothing more, however, than to try to wrap up your case as quickly as possible by offering you a small amount of money at the outset for your “inconvenience.” Before agreeing to any settlement or signing any documents, I would suggest a free consultation with a personal injury attorney to discuss your options.
only for the other insurance company. Of course, you’re entitled to an attorney and no matter what the insurance may say or suggest to you, that’s your right and I would absolutely pursue it. The insurance company would love nothing better, though, then to try to wrap up your case as quickly as possibly, as inexpensively as possible, so I would certainly consult with a personal injury attorney who will undoubtedly meet with you for free and get their advice about whether or not what’s being offered to you really is appropriate.
Julie S. Luhrsen, Esq.
Julie Luhrsen represents the injured. Like Atticus Finch, the fictional hero of Harper Lee’s To Kill A Mockingbird, for Julie it’s about looking out for others, it’s about leveling the playing field.
For over 20 years, Julie’s been looking out for personal injury victims and their families who’ve suffered injuries due to someone else’s carelessness or wrongdoing. She’d welcome the chance to stand in your shoes and evaluate your case – confidentially and at no cost. Please contact her today if you or a loved one has been a victim of an automobile crash, motorcycle wreck, slip or trip and fall incident, homeowner negligence, or any other negligent injury or wrongful death.