News & opinion SECRETS of State Farm Car Accident Claims Handling Exposed!

SECRETS of State Farm Car Accident Claims Handling Exposed!

SECRETS of State Farm Car Accident Claims Handling Exposed!

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king cookies

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gi

nt comp

ny th

t exists to m

ke money, nothing mo

e

nd nothing less. The fi

st sec

et of de

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St

te Fm c

ccident cl

im is to find out

ho you

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t you

cl

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nded to

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ience, you c

n be su

e of one thing— St

te Fm

ill NOT offe

you

f

i

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you

cl

im. If St

te Fm

ssigns you

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s, it me

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ny conside

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b

ll you eve

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m”

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ns St

te Fm conside

s you

s

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ccident ve

sus

m

jo

inju

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im.

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ll of the

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ve the s

me go

l in mind—to p

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s possible—the te

m

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ve the ve

y lo

est levels of

utho

ity

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ble to m

ke lo

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offe

s on

ny cl

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lly spe

king, if you end up h

ving to file

lsuit, St

te F

m

ill

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ssign you

cl

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dedic

ted individu

l

djuste

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up on the l

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ntee of

n inc

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se in the settlement offe

, typic

lly St

te Fm

ill up its offe

once you file

l

suit.

St

te Fm Insunce Cl

ims Sec

et #2: Using Youo

ds

g

inst You

The next sec

et of de

ling

ith St

te F

m pe

t

ins to

eco

ded st

tements—specific

lly, th

t you do not h

ve to give one!

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ify,

hen you e m

king

cl

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g

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son

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this t

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esent someone

ho

s inju

ed in

c

ccident

nd I’m up

g

inst St

te Fm, I

ill deny the

equest fo

eco

ded st

tement

bout 95% of the time.

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e

lly need it? If they h

ve questions

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cts of the

ccident, they c

n check the police

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t. If they h

ve questions

bout you

inju

ies, they c

n look

t the complete copies of medic

l

eco

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nd bills sent to them

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you complete you

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son the St

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b

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list of le

ding questions they’

e going to

sk. These questions

e designed to p

oduce

ns

e

s th

t

ill best suit the insu

nce comp

ny’s needs,

nd

o

k

g

inst you

nd you

fin

nci

l

ecove

y.

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mple, they

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ke

n open-ended st

tement, such

s “Tell me

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ll of you

inju

ies.”

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sk something like, “Ho

e you feeling tod

y?” This question seems innocuous but it is designed fo

you to give the

eflexive

ns

e

of “Fine.” If you go b

ck

nd ch

nge you

sto

y l

te

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ying you

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lly. You m

y give

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tement to

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the d

y of the

ccident, in

dve

tently s

y th

t you

e “ok

y,” but feel so much p

in the next d

y you c

n’t even get out of bed. This is

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nt to tch

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y, o

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equi

ement th

t you must give eco

ded st

tement

hen m

king

thi

d pty c

ccident inju

y cl

im

g

inst St

te Fm! Don’t let the insunce

djuste

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essu

e you into it.

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te F

m Insu

nce Cl

ims Sec

et #3: Citing P

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thing th

t St

te F

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tion out of the h

nds of the people

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ightfully dese

ve it is to go digging into thei

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t could justify

educing o

even completely denying

cl

im. St

te F

m

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king un

e

son

bly b

o

d medic

l

eco

d

equests

nd going th

ough you

files

ith

fine-toothed comb, even if they

e dec

des old. They’

e looking fo

nything th

t could qu

lify

s

p

e-existing condition,

hich they

ill use to inv

lid

te you

p

in

nd suffe

ing. Thus, the thi

d sec

et of h

ndling

cl

im

ith St

te F

m insu

nce is th

t you must t

ke g

e

t c

e

ith the medic

l

eco

ds you h

nd ove

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esults, h

ve the leg

l te

m

t Ste

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ccident Lye

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evie

eve

y

equest fo

medic

l

eco

ds m

de by the insunce comp

ny. St

te Fm is not entitled to you

full medic

l histo

y.

Let’s conside

situ

tion in

hich

c

ccident victim sust

ined ext

emely se

ious inju

ies in

e

-end collision

nd is suffe

ing f

om debilit

ting neck p

in. If

n insu

nce comp

ny c

tches

ind of

20-ye

old neck inju

y th

t occu

ed

hile the victim s pl

ying socce

in high school, it m

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ttempt to use it

s

y to justify

educing the compens

tion it offe

s the victim. Fo

this

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son, neve

give the insu

nce comp

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tion to

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ny

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hen you

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in the te

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t Ste

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ccident Lye

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ill h

ndle

ll communic

tions

ith the insu

nce comp

ny fo

you.

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ke su

e they only obt

in medic

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t

e

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se

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t h

nd.

e kno fishing expedition

hen

e see it,

nd

e

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ho

to t

ke steps to fully p

otect ou

clients’

ights eve

y step of the y.

e

nt you to

void unnecessy st

ess

nd focus on getting b

ck to you

d

ily life.

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The fou

th sec

et of h

ndling

c

insu

nce cl

im involves

ecognizing

nothe

one of St

te Fm’s sne

ky t

ctics. St

te F

m

nd othe

insu

nce comp

nies e

ell

e of the fin

nci

l p

essu

es th

t

ccident victims f

ce. Fo

this

e

son, they often t

ke thei

s

eet time

hen it comes to p

ocessing

cl

im. They kno

victims’ medic

l bills e piling up

ith eve

y p

ssing d

y

ithout

y to p

y. The medic

l expenses

ssoci

ted

ith

c

ccident c

n cost hund

eds of thous

nds of dolls,

hich could e

sily b

e

k the b

nk fo

most people in the United St

tes.

Fu

the

mo

e, m

ny c

ccident victims c

nnot

o

k fo

eeks o

even months, le

ving them

ithout

ny income to cove

thei

eve

yd

y expenses like

ent o

mo

tg

ge p

yments, food, medicine,

nd othe

bills.

hen you

f

mily is in se

ious fin

nci

l jeopdy, you'

e mo

e likely to f

ll fo

p

lt

y offe

s f

om St

te F

m. They kno

this,

nd they don’t c

e ho

p

ed

to

y it is. The unfo

tun

te

e

lity is th

t insunce comp

nies

ill use

nything to thei

dv

nt

ge, including you

vulnebility

fte

dev

st

ting inju

y. They’

e

e th

t victims e much <

i>mo

e likely to

ccept

lo

settlement offe

hen they’

e sting

t

pile of unp

id bills

nd h

ven’t e

ned

ny money bec

use of thei

inju

ies.

So they

it. They

it until they kno

th

t victims

e so despe

te th

t they’ll

ccept

ny offe

to

llevi

te thei

fin

nci

l hdship… even if it’s f less th

n

h

t they

e

lly dese

ve oh

t thei

inju

ies h

ve cost them. Victims must unde

st

nd thei

options to m

n

ge p

e-settlement expenses. The

e’s no need to

ush into

ccepting

sub-st

nd

d settlement offe

.

t Ste

t J. Guss, Inju

y

ccident Lye

s,

e seek to empo

e

c

ccident victims like you.

e unde

st

nd the p

essu

es you’

e f

cing,

nd

e do eve

ything

e c

n to ensu

e th

t the insu

nce comp

ny t

e

ts you f

i

ly.

e fight fie

cely to obt

in the compens

tion you dese

ve in

timely m

nne

.

e kno

the t

icks insu

nce comp

nies t

y to pl

y,

nd

e c

n see them coming f

om

mile

y. Fo

this

e

son,

e c

n help you

void them

nd let St

te Fm knoe me

n business f

om the outset of you

cl

im. If they

efuse to pl

y b

ll,

e

on’t hesit

te to file

l

suit to get you the compens

tion th

t you need!

St

te Fm Insunce Cl

ims Sec

et #5: T

lking You Out of Leg

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ho St

te Fm

djuste

s h

te de

ling

ith? Expe

ienced pe

son

l inju

y l

ye

s like the ones he

e

t Ste

t J. Guss, Inju

y

ccident L

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s. This is bec

use they kno

ou

fi

m is e of St

te F

m’s t

ctics

nd

on’t settle

c

se fony less th

n ou

clients dese

ve.

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this

e

son, one of St

te F

m’s t

icks is to do eve

ything it c

n to keep you f

om

et

ining

n

tto

ney to

ep

esent you.

djuste

s

ill

e

ch out to you quickly

ften

ccident, s

ooping in

ith

settlement offe

th

t’s

ctu

lly f less th

n you dese

ve. In

ddition, they

ill t

y to t

lk you out of

et

ining

n

tto

ney, telling you th

t doing so

ill only

educe the

mount of money you ultim

tely

eceive.

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t they don’t tell you is th

t in most c

ses, the

ep

esent

tion of

l

ye

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ntly <

i>mo

e compens

tion fo

victims, even

fte

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ing in

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