Why Your Attorney Should Speak To The Insurance Companies

If you are hurt in a car accident caused by another driver, you can be certain of one thing: No matter what they say, the insurance companies are not on your side. Whether it is your own provider or the negligent driver's provider, you cannot trust them to "make things right for you."

That is where we come in. At Robinson Salyers, PLLC, our personal injury lawyers help accident victims just like you in Shelbyville, Frankfort and across Central Kentucky recover the compensation they deserve for their medical bills, lost wages and pain and suffering. We stand up to insurance adjusters to get you the respect you deserve.

Attorney John Christopher Robinson spent the first eight years of his legal career representing insurance companies. He knows their playbooks, and he knows what they're going to do before they do it. Who better to have in your corner?

How Insurance Companies Work

When an insurance adjuster tells you that they "want to work something out," you need to remember this: Insurance companies make money by collecting premiums and limiting the amount that they pay out on claims.

If the insurance companies quickly offer you a settlement, it is likely far lower than what they think your claim is actually worth.

Insurance adjusters are trained to listen to every word you say to spot inconsistencies — even unintentional ones — that they can then use to argue that your injuries are not that severe or that the accident was actually your fault. We know how to talk to them.

By letting our attorneys talk to insurance adjusters on your behalf, you can be sure that we will be putting your claim in the best possible position to maximize your recovery. That is because they know that we are proven trial lawyers who are willing to take cases to trial if necessary to protect the rights and interests of our clients.

Let Us Stand Up For You. Call Our Firm Today.

If you are ready to send the message that you intend to seek the compensation that truly addresses your present and long-term needs, we invite you to schedule your free consultation at Robinson Salyers, PLLC. You can send us an email or call us at 502-220-4439 today.