How to Win Your Personal Injury Claim

Know your rights! Find out how to make the best case for yourself and win your personal injury claim. Dealing with insurance companies and lawyers when filing a personal injury claim can feel like another accident is in the offing. But you can handle a claim yourself — and save hundreds or thousands of dollars

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Know your rights! Find out how to make the best case for yourself and win your personal injury claim.

Dealing with insurance companies and lawyers when filing a personal injury claim can feel like another accident is in the offing. But you can handle a claim yourself — and save hundreds or thousands of dollars in the process.

How to Win Your Personal Injury Claim shows you how to handle almost every accident situation, and guides you through the insurance claim process, step by step. Learn how to:

protect your rights after an accident
determine what your claim is worth
handle a property-damage claim
deal with uncooperative doctors, lawyers and insurance companies
counter the special tactics insurance companies use
prepare a claim for compensation
negotiate a full and fair settlement
stay on top of your case if you hire a lawyer

The completely updated 7th edition of How to Win Your Personal Injury Claim provides your state’s most recent laws, small-claims court limits and Department of Insurance contact information. Plus, you’ll find an all-new chart explaining your state’s in-car text and cell phone laws.

Comments

Legal eagle says:

This is the book to buy! 0

M. Lodato says:

$100,000 Policy Boating Accident I had a boating accident (I was a passenger) in 2001. I heard terrible stories from people who had hired lawyers and ended up with nothing. I bought this book and after 2 years of medical procedures & appointments, when I was done, I composed a letter requesting $85,000 from the insurance company (who had already been paying all my medical bills), State Farm. The policy was for $100,000 and the boat owner had only made one month’s payment. I figured I would negotiate down to $65,000…

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