13 Mistakes to Avoid When Negotiating an Auto Accident Settlement (Ep.35)

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There are things you just shouldn’t say when negotiating a personal injury claim. Don’t absolve other parties at the scene because they’re upset, don’t admit fault, and don’t sign anything. Learn to avoid all the common negotiating mistakes in this video tutorial.
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14 thoughts on “13 Mistakes to Avoid When Negotiating an Auto Accident Settlement (Ep.35)”

  1. Lets just say that theres no damage to the other car and they don't want to make a police report and you don't swap insurance info can they still come after you

  2. Wish i watched this yesterday. The insurance lady asked me if i have ever had a back injury before the car accident. I told her no, nothing more then a sore back. She laughed and said not even a pinched nerve or anything. I said well yeah, ive had a pinched nerve on my back, but not for many years. She said she thinks that my back injury now may be a pre existing condition before the accident. What the fuck lol less is definetly more when dealing with these two faced bitches. I got rear ended, then 2 cars back rear ended another car, then i got hit again.. now my neck is sore and my lower back is sore. They recorded the conversation and now i think i screwed myself like a moron. Live and learn, i guess.

  3. I have a question. I was not sure if you think i could have a potential case on my hands. I was at a complete stop waiting for a woman to turn and a pickup truck driver made hit me from behind at 70 mph in a 40 mph zone. And this caused me to hit the woman infront of me so i basically got sandwiched. Because of this i will be missing at least 2 days of work. I have not been diagnosed with any serious injuries. Wasnt sure if i can try to sue the person who hit me. Let me know if you can. Thank you!

  4. This makes sense for the other party's insurance, but what about your insurance if they are covering your personal injury? Should this be applied to ALL adjusters no matter the company?

  5. Thank you for taking time to upload this educational important video on YouTube, I appreciated. Recently, I had small car accident which my can got fair a mount of damage. Unfortunately, I gave recording statements to Adjuster. Then I told him I obtained repair estimate from  local body shop and I gave the adjuster Auto body shop's information. After week I received email indicating they approved the repair estimate and they issue a checked the full amount of my ESTIMATE  for me in that email. Before I receive the check they canceled it. Then I sent email to the adjuster then he called me very quickly and told me the case is not finalize no check should never issue in the first place.  He denied tell me who issued the check without his knowledge. I never experience this before.
    Did you ever hear this kind of story before?
    In your video you said always be prepare which I think its very important to be ready for all times.
    This accident was out of state accident. Adjuster lives one state, I live other state and the accident happened different state so,  if I decided to write a complaint against the adjuster and his insurance company do I need to do through my state or the state accident happened or his state? 

     Can I do lawsuit against the local agency of that  adjuster and their insured driver?
        
    I appreciated this opportunity.

  6. Great video. I was in a motor vehicle accident and just sent a form with my social security number for medical records. Wish I would have known all this. I did a recording but I got advice before doing it. Now they are asking to do a recording again and I told them they already did a recording.

  7. I wish I knew all of this before I was handed a phone by my mom and politely talked to a woman whom I later found out was with the other driver's insurance company. "Hello Ms. Gabrielle, how are you?" "I'm okay." I politely lied as I was still in the ER struggling to fill out paperwork I couldn't understand. I also told her my social security number. If this ever happens to me again, I'll know better than to assume the person on the other end of the line isn't going to take my politeness and good faith and use it against me. We shall see how it turns out this time. The ER doctor told me that I have a cervical strain and something or other. I'd never heard of it, but when I asked him if it was "whiplash" you should've seen him cringe. You live and you learn. I guess a synonym for a common injury with rear-end collisions has become a dirty word.

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