Your emotions are likely running high and so is your adrenaline. During the first few minutes and hours after a car accident, the things you say can and WILL be used against you. If you are not careful, you could say things that could adversely affect your ability to file a claim and collect compensation. It is important to know ahead of time what 5 phrases to avoid as well as other mistakes to avoid after a car accident in Colorado Springs.
After an accident, the things you say are important. As such, you should always avoid saying those 5 phrases. When in doubt, say very little before talking to an experienced lawyer. Your lawyer will be able to direct you and protect you during this difficult time. Remember: insurance companies are very reluctant to pay injured accident victims. As such, they will look for any holes in your case to reduce your compensation. Don’t let something you say give them the ammunition they need to reduce your claim. An experienced attorney knows how to fight the large insurance companies and WIN. Your car accident attorney will be able to negotiate with insurance companies on your behalf while you are focusing your energy on your recovery.
Now that we have established what not to say after an accident, here are a few tips on what you should say after you get in an accident to help your case.
A car accident can completely derail your entire life and cause unnecessary pain and hardship. If you or someone you love has been injured in an accident that was caused by another person’s negligence, our attorneys can help. At Rector Stuzynski LLC, our Colorado Springs car & auto accident attorneys have the experience and the resources to build a case that is designed to obtain maximum compensation for our clients. Call us today at 719-578-1106 for a free initial consultation and review of your case.
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