The term “swoop and settle” refers to a tactic used by insurance companies to pressure a car accident victim into verbally agreeing to an inadequate settlement offer over the phone, before they’ve had a chance to fully assess the extent of their injuries and/or actual damages.
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Faulty airbags and defective safety features are obviously extremely dangerous and can lead to catastrophic injury—or even death. The unfortunate truth is that these types of claims can be incredibly complex and expensive to bring. Not only will proving your case require an immediate independent investigation, but also an experienced attorney who can advocate on your behalf and get you the money you deserve.
To put it simply, we look after your best interests. We’re in your corner, we’ve got your back, and we’ll do all the heavy lifting moving forward. Our main jobs are to advocate on your behalf, to get you the medical care you need, and to make sure you recover every penny you’re owed in compensation.
While countless awareness campaigns have told us over and over to never drink and drive, drunk driving accidents still account for 28 percent of all traffic-related deaths in the United States. That works out to one fatality every 50 minutes, nonstop, 365 days a year. These statistics mean little to the families already experiencing the pain and frustration that comes with a serious injury or wrongful death, and our law firm understands that.
The odds of being in a car accident are relatively low. The average driver in America is involved in a car accident once every ~18 years. Unfortunately, this also means that most people simply don’t know what to do (or not do) after an accident—beyond calling their insurance company and filing a claim. To combat this, we’ve compiled a short list of what we feel are the five biggest mistakes people tend to make after an accident.