There’s No Blue Book for Car Accident Claims

by Staff Blogger | February 6th, 2017

No one likes to be taken advantage of. Most of us learn at an early age to distinguish between someone looking out for our best interests and someone looking out for themselves alone. That wisdom helps us approach financial interactions with a certain level of caution. For instance, when buying a new car, you can pretty much assume the dealership is looking out for their best interests, and their prices reflect that. If you just accept their pricing, you could end up paying an excessive amount for your vehicle.

The same is true with insurance companies. If you just assume that the insurance company’s first offer after a serious accident is what your injuries are worth, you may be in for a rude awakening down the road. Like any business, insurance companies have one objective—to make as much money as possible. Paying what’s fair for your car accident goes against that objective, which is why they may try to pay you as little as possible for your injury claim.

Unfortunately, unlike car shopping, there’s no blue book for finding the value of your injury claim. To determine what your case is worth, you should call one of our experienced Nashville car accident attorneys. We’ll review your case for free, and if we do take your case, we’ll offer you our No Fee Guarantee®. That means you won’t pay us anything unless we get money for you.

Maximizing your injury claim should be your number one priority, and we’re ready to help you do just that. Contact us today.