Dealing with Insurance Companies
Schuylkill County Insurance Dispute Lawyers
Before you accept any offer from an insurance company or sign any documents after an auto accident, you should seek the advice of an experienced Schuylkill County insurance claim attorney. The insurance company and its agents are looking out for their bottom line and not for your best interests.
At The Law Offices of Anthony Urban, P.C., we can help you understand your insurance policy, investigate your claim, and pursue full and fair compensation for your serious injury. We have represented clients injured in car, truck, motorcycle, and all motor vehicle accidents in and around Schuylkill County and Northumberland County in Pennsylvania. We are ready to put our experience and resources to work for you.
For a free consultation regarding your insurance claim, call (888) 268-0023.
Experienced Auto Insurance Help
Our firm provides trusted guidance and advice to accident victims and their families. After an accident, the insurance company will often send a claims agent or adjuster immediately to meet with accident victims to try to reduce their liability and damages. The insurance company may also try to ask you to sign a release form, which you should be cautious of.
Do not sign anything, admit fault, or accept a settlement without talking to an attorney! Doing so may adversely affect the value of your claim or your right to compensation. By discussing your rights and options with a lawyer who has experience with auto insurance disputes, claims, and litigation in the Schuylkill County area, you can make informed choices that positively impact your case, your recovery, and your future.
Handling Insurance After a Traffic Accident in Schuylkill County, PA
In Pennsylvania, personal injury protection (PIP) coverage is mandatory and you are required to have at least $5,000 in coverage. This coverage will help pay for your medical bills after an accident. If you exhaust your PIP coverage, you can pursue additional medical coverage under your health insurance policy, from the negligent driver's policy or through a personal injury suit. You may have wage loss benefits or extraordinary medical expense coverage too. You are obligated to maintain a "15/30" minimum coverage policy, which we can explain to you.
In addition to helping you understand your PIP coverage, we can assist you with insurance coverage disputes involving:
- Uninsured coverage or motorcycle insurance
- Full tort vs. limited tort issues
- Optional wages and collision coverage
We can help you deal with the insurance company while you focus on your health and recovery. To learn more about your rights and for representation in an insurance coverage dispute, turn to The Law Offices of Anthony Urban, P.C.
Contact us to schedule your free case evaluation with our skilled team today!