Remember the Insurance Company is a For-Profit Business

June 2017

An injured person needs to keep in mind in dealing with an insurance company that they are a for-profit business.  At the end of the day, the insurance company is concerned about its bottom line.  The insurance company employs claim adjusters, attorneys, and investigators.  These well-trained individuals know the rules and will seek to minimize your claim.  They are taught tactics to use in order to minimize claims. Dealing with the insurance company on your own is a bad idea.  The insurance company can use statements that you make against you at a different date to harm your claim.  Even a small mistake on the part of the injured can give the insurance company a basis to minimize or deny your claim.

To level the field, you need an experienced lawyer on your side.  At Herrick & Hart, we have been representing those who have been injured against insurance companies for over 65 years.  We offer a free consultation to those who have been injured due to the fault of another.  We have the ability if necessary to take insurance companies all the way to jury trials.  

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