Virginia Personal Injury Claims: It’s You Vs. the Insurance Company

It's a classic case of David vs. Goliath when it comes to a victim fighting for their rights in a Virginia personal injury claim. You are one single customer, a tiny blip on the radar of a big insurance company. They see hundreds of claims a day and you're just another claim they want to either dismiss or settle for a fraction of what you're worth.

Remember that insurance companies don't go into business to pay claims, they go into business to collect premiums and make money.
The ideal insured customer is one who pays their premium on time and never files a claim, because that's just revenue to the company. When you file a claim, suddenly you're a problem, and they want to get rid of you as quickly and as cheaply as possible.

The deck is stacked in favor for the insurance company.
They have more experience with settling claims, they have more money to throw around for legal counsel and expert witnesses, and above all they have the fact that Virginia is a contributory negligence state. All they need to do is have one of their insurance adjusters get you to somehow admit that you were partially at fault for your accident and your claim is rendered invalid.

As you can see, you're fighting a personal injury claim battle where you're at a serious disadvantage, both in experience and resources. That's where you need allies, and your best one will be your Fairfax personal injury attorney. 

Contacting a Fairfax Personal Injury Attorney

You don't have to deal with insurance companies alone when you're looking to file a Virginia personal injury claim. Fairfax personal injury attorney Ben Glass fights to help victims in the Virginia and D.C. areas settle their Virginia personal injury claim.

Before you go any further with your decision, order a copy of my free guide to Virginia personal injury claims, The Five Deadly Sins That Can Wreck Your Virginia Accident Case. To set up a free consultation, contact me today - 703-591-9829.

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