Before I focused on representing people injured in accidents, I worked directly inside four different insurance companies. Inside the day-to-day operations of the claims office, I worked in many claims jobs, from a claims adjuster to a claims attorney and everything in between. As a result, I know what insurance companies are looking for when they evaluate injury claims, both the good and the bad. Trained in the techniques that insurance companies use to evaluate injury claims, covering such things as property damage and medical terminology, I know how and why one injury is worth more (or less) than another.
I know how the insurance companies try to undermine, then underpay, your injury claim. I know that they are looking you up on social media (Facebook, Twitter, etc.) to see what you are saying to your friends about your claim, to see if you are still doing the same activities that you did before your accident. I know that they are comparing the vehicle damage to your injuries and drawing conclusions based solely on pictures. I know that they think that a 'soft-tissue' injury is no big deal. Bottom line: My insider insurance company knowledge gives me the edge against other firms that will allow me to maximize your accident compensation.