Tactics Of An Injury Claim by tejo99

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									Do not you just detest it whenever your phones continuously calling with telesales employees asking if you have an
injury claim? Teams of two to three men and women walking around in the roads, wisely outfitted and groomed,
with dark leather folders limping in their own arm... these types of college leavers may knock on your door!
Is it insurance, electricity, gas, telecommunication services? Or is an additional organization patrolling your area
'telling' people, these people can claim injury for an accident, that wasn't their fault?


A good understanding within to the background associated with personal injury claims

You have an accident and nobody really cared besides the obvious family and friends. 'Take some
medicine' or 'have some rest'. Even if you end up in hospital or the doctor’s surgery... Today's Generation

There are advertisements everywhere you turn, billboards, newspapers, magazines, radio and TV.
Someone knows someone who has a personal injury firm or a brother knows a mate, even 'my chick's
brother has a firm'. So dramatic and competitive people fall for their tricks. Remember before, nobody's
interested, but now they’re your best friends. 'Don't worry, we’ll sort it out'.

Now, if your mates firm messed up your case, what can you possibly does? Report him to his superiors?
It's probably his partner's firm. Your brother-in-law has taken your case and now can't find the essential
paper work. You want an update, but all you get is 'we're stilling waiting for your medical report' or 'your
file has been transferred to another department, I'll just find out?'

Complications after complications...

Remember in the early years, the slogan 'no win no fee'? 'If we lose you don't pay anything?' You sign a
couple of pages and sorted, your injury claim is up and running. Brilliant.

3 months later, you call to hear what status your claim has reached. 'Your file's up and running and you
should be attending a medical specialist soon.'

six months go by finally your medical arrives. four months later you receive a check of £400 and eye the size of
tennis balls?! Discouraged with the settlement check, you call the company for asking. 'But, you... 100% Payment!
Once your claim is paid out, you may receive the 'full' compensation cash, without deductions. Now this is the smart
bit... the specialist will pay out 100% Compensation, however that does not really mean the claim administration
company may not!

At the end of the claim, the management company (owned by your mate’s friend) will charge you a kick
back after you have received your 100% Compensation. Effectively, you receive 100% Compensation,
but once you received it, the claim management company will now take out their fees. Smart eh???

You still, by law, got 100% Compensation from the specialist. Which is what they claimed, however, the
deductions kick in afterwards.

It's time to be smart! Beware of the 100% Compensation slogans flying around.

								
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