Dealing With Insurance Companies
If you have been injured by another’s negligence, the negligent party’s insurance carrier should fairly compensate you for your medical expenses, lost income, and pain and suffering. If only it was that simple. Insurance carriers are fighting harder to minimize what they pay in claims. In order to maximize your recovery, it is imperative to work with a lawyer, and a law firm, that will take on the insurance companies at every stage.
New York Lawyers Taking On Insurance Companies In Injury Litigation
Greenspan & Greenspan P.C., with locations in White Plains and New City, is dedicated to doing justice for its clients in the full range of insurance claims disputes such as claims arising from car accidents. Our White Plains car accident lawyers understand what is necessary to achieve a successful outcome for our clients.
We do not handle a large number of cases. Rather, we limit our caseload in order to give each case the attention it requires. Further, we prepare every case with the intention of taking it to trial. When necessary, we enlist the services of recognized experts to prove each element of your case. As a result of our tenacious, thorough approach, insurance companies are often willing to provide our clients with full compensation for their injuries.
The Insurance Companies Know Who We Are
If you have been seriously injured and the insurance company faces the possibility of substantial liability, know that the insurance company will take a close look at your lawyer. They know which law firms try cases and which law firms will shy from taking a case to trial. They know which law firms accept a high volume of cases and which law firms dedicate a high level of personal attention to each and every case.
Sick Of Dealing With Insurance Companies?
Call Greenspan & Greenspan P.C. at 914-290-4403 or 845-617-5404 to schedule your free initial consultation. You may also email our law firm. We accept all injury claims on a contingency basis, meaning that you do not pay attorney’s fees unless we obtain compensation through settlement or trial.