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Frequently Asked Questions

Should I talk to an insurance adjuster from the responsible person's insurance company?
Insurance companies are interested in reducing claims. When you answer questions, particularly after an accident, while still on painkillers, or in shock, you could damage your own future claim. Never discuss your case with an adjuster without first ensuring your rights are protected by a lawyer. Mulvey, Cornell & Mulvey has years of experience in carefully managing the claims process for injured clients.

How much can I expect in a settlement?
In any car accident injury case, the settlement sought will be based upon all the damages suffered by the victim, including the medical costs, ambulance, rehabilitation, future medical costs, nursing care, and loss of income, either through an inability to work or when the individual is so injured that they are no longer able to function. Each case must be carefully evaluated to determine what damages will be demanded in the case. We can assist you greatly in this vital process.

What if I am offered a settlement?
When you are offered a fast settlement, it is likely that it is far lower than you might expect had an attorney from our firm been managing the case from the outset.

Should I turn over my medical records to the insurance company?
When we are representing a client in a car accident case, we do not turn over any medical records until we have fully evaluated the situation. We will be determined in how we proceed with your case, and you can be certain that we will be seeking fair and full compensation in our client's cases.

What should I do after a car accident?
The first and most critical action is seeking medical attention. Even if you think you are not injured, some types of serious injuries are not immediately evident. In fact, soft tissue injuries can become extremely painful a day or two after the accident occurs. Some types of serious brain injuries cannot be identified without medical intervention, and not going to the emergency could have deadly results. The second action is to contact an attorney from our firm to assist you with the legal process of filing a claim. You will know your rights are being protected throughout the process.

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