After a car accident, you will file a claim with your own insurance company according to Florida’s no-fault law. Your insurance company will assign someone called an insurance claims adjuster to your case. The claims adjuster is not on your side and may try to delay or deny your claim – even if it is valid. Use these tips to successfully handle conversations with claims adjusters.
Never Admit Fault
Never tell an insurance claims adjuster you were at fault for the auto accident. The claims adjuster will either work for your insurance company or for a third party. He or she will ask you questions about the accident during an initial investigation. Do not admit fault or accidentally incriminate yourself. Instead, stick to the facts and do not speculate about fault. Admitting fault could hurt your chances of securing a car accident settlement.
Do Not Handle Negotiations Alone
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