At fault drivers ins company is saying I couldn’t be hurt because the value of damage to my car is low
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Insurance Question from San Francisco, CA
Asked on 07/13/2012
At fault drivers ins company is saying I couldn’t be hurt because the value of damage to my car is low Wy would they say this? My back and neck didn't hurt before the accident.
Answer given on July 13, 2012
Insurance companies will investigate an accident and will often presume that due to low damage to a vehicle that injuries claimed might not be totally true. Unfortunately, many people try to collect for injuries falsly when there is an accident, and insurance companies are taking a hard line on these claims.You should be sure that you have substantiated medical evidence of your injuries. This can be with an MD or a chiropractor. While many people do not think chiropractors are doctors, they can determine if there is a misalignment in your neck and or back that would account for your pain or injuries. An xray can also show the misalignment. These can be from an MD or a chiropractor.Explain to the adjuster of your pain and tell him if you have xrays or other evidence to back up the claims. Depending upon the amount you are attempting to collect, they may be willing to offer a settlement to you.
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