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We Know How To Handle Collision Insurance Companies

Our law firm, Newman Williams, P.C., has roots that stretch back more than 100 years. Our current team of attorneys has decades of dealing with insurance companies after an accident. In that time, we have learned how to communicate with insurers effectively and hold them accountable to auto accident survivors.

Despite what their television commercials suggest, car insurance companies do not always put their policyholders first. Though they sometimes do the right thing after someone is injured in a car accident, their top priority is maintaining their bottom line. Our job as your law firm is to stand up for your rights as an insurance claimant.

Over the years, Newman Williams, P.C. has negotiated millions of dollars in settlement offers for auto accident victims and their families. We will take away the pressure and confusion of trying to deal with the insurance company by yourself if you have been injured in an accident.

Should I Talk To The Insurance Company?

You must comply with your own insurance company’s investigation into your collision, including answering any questions they have. However, your attorney can take care of that for you. When it comes to the insurer for the negligent driver who caused your wreck, you are not required to answer any of their questions. In fact, doing so could hurt your claim.

Remember, the insurance adjuster’s job is to find a way to avoid paying on your injury claim, or pay out as little as possible, no matter how much compensation you need for your medical bills, lost wages and other losses. Your lawyer’s job is to preserve your legal rights, ensure you are treated fairly, and work toward an acceptable settlement or trial verdict.

Get Strong Representation To Face The Insurance Companies

Find out what to do after a car accident and learn about your rights under the law. Call 570-559-5507 or toll-free 800-506-0191 to schedule an appointment for a free consultation, or contact us online. From our office in Stroudsburg, located in Monroe County, we represent clients across eastern Pennsylvania.