Author: Daniel S. Garner

Insurance Denied Your Claim, What Can You Do?

Insurance Denied your Claim, Now What? The main objective for insurance companies is to make money. Insurance companies are no different than any other business with shareholders. They exist to maximize profits. I don’t begrudge insurance companies for trying to make money, again, that’s their business. But, an Insurance Denied your Claim, and that’s an […]

Why do Truck Accidents Happen

“Trucking accidents are defined as vehicle collisions involving tractor trailers, 18-wheelers, semi-trucks and other commercial vehicles that cause personal injury and/or property damage. Trucking accidents are pretty common on our roadways.  Truck drivers receive training to prepare them for their career, but human’s will never be perfect. The law does not require perfection, but it does require care. […]

Settlement

You’ve reached a settlement. The journey that began when someone’s careless actions hurt you,  has finally come to a close. Besides feeling relief, you’re probably wondering what happens next. What is required in a settlement by both the plaintiff and defendant. There’s several steps that occur between the time a case settles and having a […]

Frequently Asked Questions Part 3

Why am I not being compensated when I have full insurance coverage?   Many drivers believe they have full coverage, but are not insured under certain circumstances. There are several different types of insurance coverage, and failing to have a particular one may limit recovery.   In many cases, our clients often find that even […]

Frequently Asked Questions Part 2

What should I bring with me for my initial no-cost review?   You should bring all documents in your possession that are related to your injury.   For example, with an auto accident you should bring: A copy of the police or incident report, A copy of your automobile insurance declaration page Photographs of your […]

Frequently Asked Questions Part 1

How Much Will a Personal Injury Lawyer Cost? There is no cost for initial consultations, so you can talk to a Lawyer risk-free. Any information you share with the Lawyer will be kept strictly confidential. Personal injury cases are done on a contingency-fee basis. That means that you don’t have to pay anything until the […]