We are here to help you with a personal injury defense whether or not the claim exceeds your insurance coverage.
When someone is injured at your High Point, North Carolina place of business, it can be overwhelming to deal with the emotional aspect, much less the financial implications. Once medical attention has been taken care of, your next thought is whether or not your insurance coverage is sufficient for the claim that is sure to be made. You might also wonder what will happen if the claim exceeds the limits of your insurance coverage. Those are all reasonable questions. Instead of having countless sleepless nights wondering what could happen, turn to us at Bennett Guthrie PLLC for legal representation for personal injury defense.
No two claims are alike. Some can be quite valid claims for the most part, yet end up snowballing into a financial burden that goes beyond your insurance coverage. In other situations, the claim is completely invalid, but it takes diligence and research to prove it. It might be tempting to let your insurance coverage take care of a smaller claim, but if it is not legitimate, there is no reason to do so and a couple reasons why you should not. You’ll likely face higher premiums after a claim, and you could be seen as an easy target for those hoping to cash in on a false claim.
The key to dealing with an insurance coverage claim for a personal injury is to get the facts, and that is where we come in. We are good at what we do, including uncovering information to use to defend against the claim or negotiate the settlement to a reasonable figure. Reach out today to schedule a consultation to learn more.