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When you’re injured in an accident, your first step is to notify the insurance company of the party at fault of your injury. This must be done in writing. You’ll get a response called the “reservation of rights” letter, which is an acknowledgment of your notification, but which doesn’t assume liability for the claim. Then, after you complete medical treatment, you send a “demand letter” to the insurance claims adjuster with the financial details of your claim. The adjuster will then reply and will hardly ever agree with your demand.  At this point, you can continue negotiations, or if you sense that they’re not going well, it’s time to let a personal injury lawyer step in to help. A skilled personal injury law firm like Gosanko & O’Halloran in Seattle has attorneys who are knowledgeable about personal injury laws and who will not be intimidated by the tactics of insurance companies.

How Our Legal Team Negotiates with Insurance Companies

The legal team at Gosanko & O’Halloran of Seattle is familiar with how insurance companies operate when a personal injury claim is made. Their goal is to pay you, the injured party, the lowest amount that they can, whether it compensates you fairly for your injuries, or not. Our Washington attorneys can evaluate your case to determine and emphasize its merits and can use their knowledge of the Washington personal injury laws to cut through attempts by the insurance company to mislead you or convince you to accept less compensation than you should. They have the professional and technological resources to match those of insurance companies, who have vast resources and techniques to get you to settle for a low amount.

Talk to an Experienced Legal Team Today in Washington

If you’ve been injured in an accident and you’ve been working with an insurance company to settle your claim, make sure you get fair compensation. Talk to an experienced legal team today like the Gosanko & O’Halloran law firm of Seattle, Washington.  Call 206-275-0700 and schedule a free consultation.