Do Insurance Companies Use the Same Cookbook in Injury Cases? Are the Pittsburgh Pirates Going to Win the World Series?

Bernard Tully Personal Injury Lawyer. Phone: 412-281-8700

The short answer to this question is absolutely not. Let’s imagine 2 different people who choose 2 different insurance companies and are involved in an auto accident injury case. If they both need neck surgery and have to take off work for six months, they both do not get treated the same. Every insurance company puts different values on what they went through for their injuries. There are 2 types of insurance companies.

The 1st type of insurance companies are extremely cheap and I can give you their names if you call our office. When they evaluate a claim, they’ll under-evaluate it by about twenty-five or thirty percent. After these companies under-evaluate what they actually think is a fair value, they want to negotiate so they can settle your case at less than a fair number.

The other type of insurance companies will take a realistic approach on injury cases because they want to get these cases settled. This is because of their volume of cases and they honestly want to make a fair evaluation of your injuries. If you’re interested in how these companies evaluate their offer for an injury case, our blog, “What Do Insurance Companies Use To Evaluate Their $ Offer To You?” is a perfect read!

One of the values of having an attorney with experience is just that; experience! We can tell you almost instantaneously which companies are going to treat you fairly and which ones are going to treat you horribly. With over 40 years of experience, Bernard Tully personal injury lawyer is here to help you. If you give us a call, we will tell you which insurance companies are fair and which ones aren’t fair at all.

Our main focus is honesty. We always preach it. We are passionate about trying to help any injured person or child with their case. Questions about the blog? CALL US!

Bernard Tully Allegheny County Car Accident Insurance Cookbook Lawyer. Phone: 412-281-8700 and 1-800-518-0050