There Are No Do-Overs In Injury Claims

by Staff Blogger | March 31st, 2016

Growing up, “do-overs” were the most important rule in kickball. If you happened to shank a kick out-of-bounds or completely whiff at the plate, you could get a do-over for pretty much any reason. The sun was in your eyes. Someone yelled and distracted you. The ball hit a rock on the way to the plate and took an unexpected bounce. As adults, the rules are much different. Seldom do we get to call a free do-over at work or at home. We have to accept the consequences of our actions, because there are no second chances.

The same is true of personal injury claims. Once you take an offer from the insurance company, there’s no going back. From that point on, you have to live with it, whether or not it’s enough to live on. That’s why it’s so important to have a lawyer on your side, fighting for the maximum compensation you’re entitled to. An experienced attorney knows the tactics insurance companies take in cases like yours and can defend your rights to compensation all along the way.

If you’ve been injured in a car accident, the insurance company doesn’t give do-overs. Get it done right the first time with Skolrood Law Firm. Call our Roanoke car accident attorneys today for a free consultation.