Secrets Insurance Companies DON’T Want You To Know About Personal Injury Claims

TIPS FROM PERSONAL INJURY ATTORNEY, FALEN O. COX, TO GET YOU A BIGGER SETTLEMENT

Good personal injury lawyers learn how the injury has affected the client’s life through conversations.

Clients don’t know that they may be able to recover for certain things so they don’t write them on the intake form. This is important information.

The best strategy is to get to know your client—well.

Know This BEFORE Hiring a Personal Injury Lawyer

Let's see an example:

If you're an active father and a coach - Say it! This lets an insurance company (or jury) know that you're not just after the money!

HUMANIZE YOUR SITUATION

#1

USE PICTURES

Saying that you  have a bruise that hasn’t gone away is one thing

showing them the picture of just how big and ugly it was, is another.

#2

KEEP A TREATMENT JOURNAL

#3

Detail the treatment you’ve received, and how you feel.

Treatment can be grueling - taking weeks, months, even years!

It’s great for refreshing your memory when it’s time for trial.

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