If you’ve done all you can to obtain a fair settlement with the other driver’s insurance company after a San Antonio car accident, and still get an offer that’s too low to cover the costs of your injuries, it may be time to consider litigation. However, don’t take this decision lightly, as there may be several factors that need your consideration before taking such a drastic course of action.
If you think suing the insurance company is unavoidable, asks yourself these questions before making a final decision.
- Am I out of options? Even if an insurance company makes a low initial settlement offer, you and your lawyer can still negotiate for better terms. In fact, lawyers expect insurance companies to make low offers during the first round of negotiations.
- Do I have realistic expectations of my claim? Claimants often feel they’re getting unfair settlements because their expectations don’t match the reality of their circumstances and claim.
- Is my case for a personal injury claim strong? A claim should be backed up by documentation and evidence; otherwise, an accident injury lawsuit won’t do you any good.
- Do I have the support and resources to reach a successful personal injury lawsuit? These include reliable witnesses, documentation, and a solid understanding of personal injury law and insurance policies. Anything less might not lead to a successful settlement against the insurance company. In cases like these, legal support can be your key to success
Know what your options are first before making any decisions about your personal injury claim in Texas. Consult our experienced San Antonio car accident attorneys and find answers to your questions, and know what kind of outcome to expect from your case. Our accident lawyers can help you acquire the fair settlement you deserve. Contact our legal team for a free, no-obligation consult. And while you’re at it, download a a free copy of our book, “10 Deadly Mistakes That Can Ruin Your Texas Accident Claim.” For a free consultation, at no obligation to you, call us at (210) 593-8709, or contact us here.