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How to Get the Maximum Amount of Compensation in a Car Accident Claim?

The maximum amount of compensation in a car accident claim generally depends on different factors such as the severity of the injury, the damage, length, and cost of treatment, etc. To make sure you are entitled to maximum compensation, it is highly recommended that you contact an experienced car accident attorney to assess your case.

The maximum amount of compensation a person can receive after a car accident depends on various factors, like the damages suffered and the costs of treatment required.

However, in many cases, the recovery will be limited to the amount of collectible insurance available to cover the injuries. To make sure they receive the maximum amount possible, car accident victims are advised to contact a personal injury lawyer before signing an agreement with the insurance company.

Of course, there is the possibility that the insurance company already offers compensation close to the maximum possible, in which case filing a lawsuit is not worth the time and effort.

If, however, an attorney finds the insurance company is trying to settle for an amount considerably less than could be achieved in a lawsuit, taking legal action is recommended.

For example, insurance companies usually only cover property damage and medical expenses. If the personal injury lawyer representing the injured individual considers that there are considerable costs related to long-term therapy, lost wages due to a long recovery, or for a pain and suffering claim, filing a lawsuit might be the best way of recovering maximum damages.

If you are a Miami resident in this situation, or someone close to you is, please call us at 305.416.9805, we are able to help. Our initial consultation is free.

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