Accident Claim Trap (ACT) – ACT Against It – Truth About Insurance Companies
It’s on the rise but unfortunately insurance companies are trying to deploy various tactics to avoid a person involved in an accident using a personal injury lawyer or solicitor. It’s all about money. Insurance companies are trying to save money by dealing with compensation claims themselves or with a solicitor of their choice. Now, common sense should prevail here and you should be able to see straight through these insurance companies. They are not interested in your well-being or your circumstances, they want things dealt with, as quickly as possible, with minimum pay-out.
Take for example, the person at fault, who causes the accident sometimes can turn around and offer to pay you for damages there and then, at the scene. Now why does this happen? This happens for a reason. We aren’t mind readers but we can assure you that, apart from being humble, people try to do the same things that an insurance company does. People at fault, who cause the accident want to settle the damages, before you have time to think things over, and want to make a quick and smaller payment before things, that happened, can really sink in. What a coincidence, the same tactics are deployed by insurance companies. These people and companies are putting you on the spot, by giving you a small incentive in order for them to deal with the accident or injuries the way they want to, without taking your best interest to heart.
Compare Compensation Claims advises all our website users, clients or any person for that fact to always seek professional, expert legal advice from personal injury lawyers or solicitors before making any hasty or forced decision. It is a worrying trend that victims of road traffic accidents and traffic collisions are being urged to accept pay-outs for compensation directly from defendant’s Insurers before they have a chance to seek legal advice. It has been reported that insurers are pressurizing claimants to settle their claims without them having had any legal advice and without any medical evidence.
ACT against insurance companies who put you on the spot, trap and convince you that they offer you the best deals and services for your accident claim. Tell them to stop right there, give you the space and time to think things over and seek legal advice before you make any hasty decision. By law you have 3 years to make a compensation claim so there’s no need for any rushed or regretful decision.