Tulsa Attorney BlogCan You Trust the Other Person’s Insurance Adjuster?

The Short Answer Is No

Video Transcribed: Can you trust the other person’s insurance adjuster? Hey everyone, Christopher Stevens here certified paralegal with the Wirth Law Office in Tulsa, Oklahoma, working in personal injury in Oklahoma.

Now, today we’re going to be discussing whether or not you can trust the insurance adjuster from the other person’s insurance company. Now, the short answer is no, you can’t. That person might be a fantastic individual. I’ve worked with a ton of adjusters that really seem just like genuinely nice people, but here’s the problem.

At the end of the day, their duty is to their insured as well as their insurance company is limiting their exposure. Now, as such their job is to try to get you to accept the lowest amount for your settlement as soon as possible. It’s this very push that has actually brought a lot of potential clients to our firm.

We’ll have people call up and schedule a meeting with us because they are just tired of that push from the insurance company. That constant, “Hey, are you done treating? When can we talk about a settlement?”

And where your legal counsel can really help you out is by stepping in and becoming a barrier between the insurance company and you. They will then be the ones who handle everything involving the insurance company and you get to focus on your treatment and getting better, which should be your primary focus.

Let your legal counsel take care of everything involving the insurance company. That’s what they’re there for. If you need a personal injury attorney in Tulsa, Oklahoma in which you are seeking legal help concerning your accident, feel free to contact a Tulsa Personal Injury Attorney.

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