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Have you been hurt in an accident only to find that the insurance company is unwilling to pay for your losses? It is not uncommon to feel this way, but you do not have to settle for it. Suing an insurance company after an accident is a very real necessity in many cases.
At Holley, Rosen & Beard, LLC, our Springfield car accident attorney offers our clients comprehensive legal support and guidance as they navigate this process.
What Does It Mean to Sue an Insurance Company?
In the ideal situation, you will file a claim for your losses with the insurance company, and they will pay it. When this does not happen, you must file a complaint in a court of law and provide the insurance company with notice that you plan to take this action.
When you sue the insurance company, you are asking the court to decide if the insurance company is liable for the financial losses you have incurred and, if so, to force the insurance company to make payment. While this process can seem simplistic, there are numerous steps in the process.
What to Expect When Suing an Insurance Company After a Car Accident
Once you file a formal complaint with the proper court system, the next step in this process is to go through the discovery process. It allows for all parties to gather information about what occurred and develop evidence. In some situations, the insurance company may agree to settle the claim, especially with negotiations.
If that does not happen, the court will set up hearings and a trial to discuss the case and for a judge or a jury to make the final decisions on the legal matter.
Gathering Evidence to Support Your Claim
Keep in mind that the burden of proof in a care accident like this is up to you. That means that you need to provide proof that the other person was negligent in what occurred and that they violated your rights in some way. Our attorneys will work very closely with you to gather this information from various forms, including accident reports, witness statements, medical experts, and more.
We do not recommend heading into a lawsuit without any evidence. That is why we will do this work for you early on, ensuring that you have all of the information and guidance you need to navigate what is to come.
Determining Your Losses
We also work closely with you to determine what your losses are. If you are going to sue the insurance company, you want to be sure you know all of the costs associated with this incident. We are aggressive attorneys who will ensure you have a detailed list of all losses you have experienced.
Set Up a Free Consultation with Us Now
Suing an insurance company after an accident is a complex process where they typically have more experience than you do. When you have our accident attorney by your side, that changes. Contact Holley, Rosen & Beard, LLC, now to set up a free consultation.