Tips To Keep A Settlement Process From Reaching A Stalemate

  • July 19, 2021

Two disputing parties might not agree to move forward with the settlement process. That could lead to initiation of a lawsuit. Consequently, it helps to understand how a claimant and adjuster could keep that particular process from reaching a stalemate.

Approach Used by Insurance Adjusters, after Being Assigned Claim

  • January 8, 2021

After an insurance company has received a 3rd party claim, it assigns that same claim to one of its insurance adjusters. That selected adjuster represents the insurance company during the pre-settlement negotiations. The adjuster’s twin goals Try to keep the payout to the claimant as low as possible. It is important to strive and avoid … Continue Reading

What Is Average Payout for Personal Injury Case?

  • December 16, 2020

The legal system wants each person to receive what would be considered a fair treatment. That particular goal holds true, whether that same person is the victim of a wrong, or the alleged instigator of a wrong. Insurance companies refer to the victims as claimants, during pre-settlement negotiations A survey of claimants has shown that … Continue Reading

Who Might Have Lien on Personal Injury Settlement?

  • November 16, 2020

A lien is a request for reimbursement. Personal injury lawyers deal with liens from individuals and groups that have helped to pay for an injured client’s treatment. Examples of groups that might become lien holders A provider of health insurance Medicare Medicaid A workers’ compensation insurer How could one person have a lien, and a … Continue Reading