Dealing with the insurance company and their adjusters can be very time consuming and very frustrating. Before speaking with any insurance company representatives seek advice from your attorney.

Call Michael Hingle at 1-800-USA-JURY


Talking to adjusters

If you think the insurance adjuster is your friend, you are wrong, wrong, wrong. They have a job: reduce what the insurance company has to pay. Accepting a check and signing a release should not be done without your attorney looking at the check and the release. Some insurance companies (with white cars and vans) often have an adjuster show up at the scene, show up at the hospital or show up at the victim’s home immediatly after the accident. Stop and think. You think they are moving fast for the victim’s benefit? NO! Moving fast and giving a check may likely cut-off any claims on future injuries or medical expenses which arise days or months after the crash. If a victim needs a surgery, the medical testing and/or evaluation may be many months down the road.

Beware of the Fine Print

Michael Hingle has actually seen checks for property damage say “any and all claims.” The victims believe only their property damage is being paid. When the check says “any and all claims;” pain and suffering, future medicle expenses, future tests, and future lost income may have been settled.


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Michael Hingle has over 30 years experience in working with injured accident victims. If you have been injured in a car crash call today for a no cost evaluation and a chance to speak with an attorney. We have offices across Southeast Louisiana and South Mississippi. We will come to your home or the hospital if you are unable to make it into one of our offices.

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