In the early 1990’s, insurance companies realized they could dramatically increase their profits by denying more claims and paying less on others. Perhaps you have experienced their tactics first hand.
One of the schemes insurance companies implemented to pay less on claims was to enforce the “three D’s”; Delay, Deny, Defend:
You get the idea. Insurance companies will fight at any cost to defend their “lowball” line in the sand. Why? Because the savings are not viewed on an individual case basis. The point for insurance companies is that if it becomes known they will fight all the way to the end and spend any amount of money to hire “independent doctors,” people will be less likely to challenge them and settle for the lowball offers presented.
If you are considering hiring an attorney to represent you on your claim, be sure any attorney you consider has extensive trial experience and is not afraid to take your case all the way to trial if need be. Insurance companies know full well the lawyers who are willing to take cases to trial and those that do not.
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