Our Texas Personal Injury Attorney Discusses Accident Recovery Options
We want you to be as informed as possible when pursuing your personal injury claim. This is why we regularly post blog articles to keep you updated on the ever-changing laws, options, and regulations surrounding accident law. If you’ve been injured due to someone else’s negligence, come learn what our attorneys can teach you about your rights and claim options.
You should always bear in mind that the cheapest insurance is not always the best insurance.
Those companies that offer such cheap rates are often able to do so because of the way that they treat their policyholders when they file a claim.
A company called AM Best bases ranks insurance companies, but does not base the rankings on their profitability, or the amount of money that they spend on advertising. Rather, AM Best ranks insurance companies based on their willingness and ability to pay out claims.
This is the best way for you to figure out which insurance policy is the best for you. Go to their site and see where you insurance company is on their lists.
As always, if you have been injured in a Houston car accident, contact Attorney Steve Lee for a free legal consultation today.
According to an article at Insurance.com, insurance rates have risen 1.05% this quarter, and will probably be rising even more for the rest of the year. Since we're all paying more at the pump, higher insurance rates are the last thing any of us need.
If you follow the link, you will find a USA Today article that gives you six different ways to save money on your car insurance.
Just bear in mind that skimping on your car insurance costs can come back and haunt you if you have to file a claim. And as always, if you find yourself injured in an accident and the insurance company is denying your claim unneccesarily, contact our offices for a free legal consultation today.
A great article in The New York Times outlines one of the major obstacles to quality healthcare in America.
It isn't the lawyers, or the doctors that people have to worry about. It's the insurance companies micromanaging and denying perfectly reasonable prescriptions, tests and procedures in order to save a buck.