I just settled my property damage claim with the other driver’s insurance company. They “totaled it out.” I still owe $4,000 on my car and my insurance company told me that they had already “closed” my GAP coverage claim. What should I...
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Yes and no.  You can go ahead and try to settle the property damage claim.  But, you should wait until you are through treating to try to settle your personal injury claim. Remember that you generally have two years from the date of the accident to file a lawsuit for...
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Our auto accident cases are almost always handled on a contingency fee for the personal injury claim.  But, how is the property damage claim handled? Most of the time we can get the property damage settled with several phone calls to the insurance company.  So, we...
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I had a new client ask this recently: The adjuster came out to my house and did a full write up.  His estimate for the property damage is $2500.  Do you think it’s necessary for me to take my car to an auto body shop to get an estimate? Of course!  Insurance...
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Most people don’t realize that two [main] claims stem from car accidents: 1) Property Damage Claim 2) Personal Injury Claim Insurance companies will generally settle the property damage claim within the first month after the car accident. The main reason is that...
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What should I do if I’m in an auto accident and the insurance company for the guy that caused the wreck won’t pay the $3,000 to fix my car? I wasn’t hurt in the accident. You should file a small claims lawsuit. In Oklahoma County, small claims are...
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