Insurance Companies and Auto Accidents
The Herrera Law Firm is not afraid to take aggressive action against insurance companies
We find that insurance companies typically don't look out for the best interests of people injured in accidents. Some adjusters and attorneys for insurance companies will work hard to keep payments to an absolute minimum. They will dispute claims and take questionable actions to prevent accident victims from recovering financially. They may even fail to honor certain legal obligations, which may give rise to a bad faith insurance case.
If you were injured in a car accident, contact an experienced car accident lawyer skilled at taking aggressive action insurance companies. The Herrera Law Firm has a demonstrated record of obtaining the compensation clients deserve.
Uninsured Driver Accidents
Hold uninsured drivers in Texas accountable for your auto accident with the help of the Herrera Law Firm, Inc. Whether your accident happened on a highway in Houston, or at an intersection in Laredo, we can help. We have years of experience investigating accidents and negotiating with insurance companies on behalf of people involved in accidents caused by uninsured drivers.
If your insurance includes uninsured or underinsured benefits, you can get paid by your own insurance carrier. Uninsured or underinsured benefits may cover damages caused by a hit-and-run driver. You have so many legal options available to you after your accident. Make sure you explore all of them. Contact the Herrera Law Firm. We want to help you get your life back on track.
It's estimated that 15 percent of all motorists in Texas drive without insurance, according to the Insurance Research Council. The economic downturn could mean even more people on the roads are driving without insurance. The Texas Comptroller's office estimates that the number of uninsured drivers could be much higher.
The bottom line for you is that many people are breaking the law and driving their cars and trucks without insurance. In Texas, a motorist's policy must provide at least $30,000 per person for bodily injury, $60,000 per accident for bodily injury, and $25,000 per accident for property damage.
Bad Faith Insurance
Insurance companies by law have certain legal obligations to their clients. When they don't honor their obligations, they're acting in bad faith. If you believe you have a bad faith insurance case due to an auto accident in Texas caused by another driver, contact the Herrera Law Firm, Inc. today. One of our experienced attorneys can meet with you and discuss the details of your case. We have years of experience handling such complicated cases, and we're eager to help. Discover what we can do for you. Contact us today.
Bad faith insurance cases arise from disputes between you and your own insurance company. In Texas and throughout the U.S., the insurers must handle claims with a reasonable degree of efficiency and ethical conduct when working with people who suffered a personal injury or property loss. Unfortunately, not all claimants are treated this way. An insurance company could act in bad faith in any kind of personal injury case, from auto accidents to dog bites and product liability.
"Bad faith" is a term used when an insurance company doesn't honor its obligations. When you have a legitimate claim, it's illegal for the insurance company to willingly not pay, deny or delay your claim. You have rights! A Texas injury lawyer with our firm can protect you against the questionable tactics of an insurance company. We understand how frustrating this illegal practice can be for an injury victim.
An insurance company could act in bad faith in any kind of personal injury case, from auto accidents and motorcycle accidents to truck wrecks. We know can help in all types of cases involving bad faith insurance practices.
Contact us before speaking to the insurance company
Your own auto insurance company and the insurer of the person who caused the car accident will seek information for different reasons. Before talking with an insurance adjuster or investigator, even if the other person's liability seems obvious, contact the Herrera Law Firm. Remember: If you give an insurance company a recorded statement, your statement would be evidence if a lawsuit were filed later. Insurance adjusters are trained to ask questions in a way that is favorable to them. Don't fall for their tricks.
At the Herrera Law Firm, an experienced personal injury attorney may be able to assist you or your loved one with your case. For a free case evaluation, call 1-800-455-1054. Best of all, you don't pay us any attorney's fees unless we recover compensation in your case.
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