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- $25,000 per person for bodily injury
- $50,000 per accident for bodily injury
- $15,000 property damage liability
When you are injured in an accident, we know that your primary focus is on your recovery. During this time, you expect that your insurance company or the negligent driver’s insurance company will handle your medical expenses and rehabilitation bills. Yet insurance companies do not always agree, and they routinely deny or delay valid claims.
When this occurs, Denver accident victims are urged to contact an experienced Denver injury attorney. Your personal injury lawyer will be able to fight the large insurance companies on your behalf and hold them accountable for their actions. If they are engaging in bad faith practices, then your attorney may be able to file a lawsuit against them.
Insurance companies routinely delay or deny claims in an attempt to reduce their liabilities and protect their bottom lines. Unfortunately, many accident victims are unaware of these devious tactics, and therefore settle for an amount that is pitifully lower than they really need—and deserve. They may even think that there is nothing they can do and so they simply pay the expenses themselves.
Insurance companies are counting on this. They rely on your lack of knowledge and hope that you do not retain legal help—and they make millions of dollars every year using these tactics.
When an insurance company has denied your claim, you need an experienced Denver injury attorney on your side. Your lawyer will need to review your accident closely and may need to fight aggressively to get the insurance companies to pay compensation that is rightfully yours.
Some examples of insurance company bad faith tactics include:
Denying valid claims
Refusing to answer phone calls
Dragging out claims process
Offering low-ball settlements
Failing to conduct reasonable investigations
Canceling policy after claim
Ignoring medical information that is necessary to validate claims
NEVER agree to an insurance settlement without first speaking to Denver personal injury attorney John R. Fuller. There are ways to fight these devious insurance companies and you need an experienced law firm in your corner immediately.
If you or someone you love needs held handling insurance companies in Denver, Aurora, Boulder, Commerce City, or anywhere in the State of Colorado, the injury attorneys at Fuller Injury Law will fight aggressively for you, so you can focus on your recovery.
We are available 24/7, and routinely handle a variety of insurance dispute cases across the State of Colorado. Discuss your case with Denver insurance dispute lawyer John R. Fuller now by scheduling a free initial consultation. Call (303) 597-4500.
The cost of fighting the Black Forest fire near Colorado Springs has risen to about $8.5 million dollars, according to the Denver Post. The fire has burned over 14,000 acres and destroyed more than 500 homes, also claiming the lives of two people. As the fire reaches status as being fully contained, firefighters are combing a small area that is believed to contain the origin point of the fire. Investigators are also examining the home where two residents were killed, apparently while packing up to leave the area. Nearly 1,000 homes in an area covering an additional 10,000 acres are still under mandatory evacuation, although at one point almost 40,000 people had been made to leave their homes.
As summer fire season sets in, it is a good time to think about the insurance that you carry on your home. Hopefully, all of those people who lost their homes are fully covered by insurance, and will be covered for their financial loss. Unfortunately, experience teaches that insurance companies don’t always keep the promises that they make. When you purchase an insurance policy, you believe that if your home is destroyed by fire, the insurance company will pay to restore or replace your home. But Denver insurance dispute attorneys know that sometimes, when faced with a large claim, insurance companies will do just about anything to avoid paying out on your claim. Sometimes, insurance companies are more concerned with protecting their profits than with keeping the promises that they made when they sold the policy in the first place.
Speak with experienced Denver insurance dispute attorney John R. Fuller today to discuss your options if your insurance company is trying to avoid paying your valid claim. Insurance companies have a number of tricks. In some cases, they may deny a claim altogether, hoping that the policy holder either won’t know or won’t protect his or her rights. In other cases, they may offer a settlement that comes nowhere near paying for all of the damage. When you pay your insurance premiums, you deserve the full, fair value of your insurance claims. John Fuller is an experienced Denver insurance dispute attorney who will work hard to see that you get exactly what you deserve. For more information and a FREE CONSULTATION, call John Fuller today at (303)597-4500 or use the contact form on this website.
Q: If I am in a car accident, and the police come, should I talk to them?A: Yes, you should speak to the police. There is no need to tell the police more than simply the facts of the accident. You should not say anything that indicates blame; don’t accept blame for the accident, and don’t accuse anyone else of fault in the accident. The accident reports that police officers take are not always accurate, but it is best not to give the police a reason to think badly of you, either by claiming responsibility or by blaming someone else. A dedicated Denver car accident lawyer can often conduct an independent investigation, and demonstrate the facts of the case, even if the police officer got them wrong.
Q: Do I have to tell my insurance company about my car accident?A: Yes, you do need to notify your insurance company. When it comes to insurance, in many cases the less you say the better, particularly when it comes to the other driver’s insurance company. This is another example of why it is a good idea to speak with a Denver car accident lawyer who can help ensure that nothing that is said to the insurance company is twisted in order to be used against you.
Q: What should I do if the car insurance company won’t pay my claim?A: Unfortunately, it is standard practice at some insurance companies to simply deny large claims in order to protect their own bottom line. The claim you filed after your car accident has been denied, or if they are offering you a settlement that you don’t believe will cover the cost of the accident, speak with a dedicated Denver car accident attorney to discuss your options. John Fuller can help you understand your rights, and ensure that you receive the full, fair value of your insurance claim.
Contact an Experienced Denver Car Accident Attorney TodayCall John R. Fuller, PC today if you have been seriously injured in a car accident. John has helped countless Coloradans who have been injured in car accidents to receive the medical care that they need, and that the full, fair value of the insurance claim is paid. Your family should not suffer financial hardship on top of physical injury and emotional trauma that was caused by someone else’s negligence. He can help recover compensation for medical bills, property damage, lost wages, and pain and suffering from injuries caused by the negligence of another person. For more information and a FREE CONSULTATION, contact John today at (303)597-4500.
According to USA today, there was a dispute over a basketball game that led to two men on board an elevated train to be shot. The dispute was between the Chicago Bulls and Philadelphia 76ers game. After the 76ers’ lost to the Bulls, a Bulls fan was quarreling with two younger males before he was shot. The shooting occurred when the man exited the train at 46th Street in West Philadelphia. The second man who was shot was a man that was trying to calm down the individuals who were fighting. Both men were taken to the hospital for minor wounds and are expected to make full recoveries. Police have not caught the suspects in question. The Bulls released an official statement about how they’re saddened to hear the news of the dispute and shooting.
Have you been injured by an another person’s violent behavior? Contact a Denver personal injury lawyer.
The Bureau of Justice reported that in 2010, about 1.8 million nonfatal violent victimization’s were committed by strangers. Violent victimization means anything from rape, sexual assault, robbery, aggravated assault, and simple assault. Violent crimes committed by strangers accounted for about 38% of all nonfatal violence in 2010. Simple assault accounted for 60% of crimes committed by strangers, followed by aggravated assault, robbery, and rape or sexual assault. From the years 2005 to 2010, 62% of violent crimes were committed in public places. Of those victimized by strangers about 22% of victims were injured, compared to 31% of victims who knew their offender. In 2010, only 10% of the violent crimes committed by strangers involved a gun. In 2010 victims between the ages of 19-24 years old were the most affected by violent crimes. Young adults between the ages 18 to 32 had the highest rate of violent victimization by strangers among all age groups every year since 1993. There is not a get disparity of crimes rates between races or persons based on their educational level. Anyone can be a victim of violence.
If you have been injured by a person’s negligent or violent behavior contact Denver personal injury lawyer John Fuller. A dedicated and experienced personal injury Lawyer can help you get the financial compensation you need to cover any medical bills. Also holding a person accountable for their behavior means bringing about justice. If your injuries kept you from going to work seeking compensation for missed wages is important. Don’t let someones behavior that caused you injuries go unaccounted for. An experienced personal injury lawyer can help make sure that your case has adequate evidence to prove the other person is financially liable for your pain and suffering. Call John Fuller for a free consultation at (303) 594 4500 today.