Insurance Companies Mock Low Property Damage Car Accident ClaimsInsurance companies insinuate people can't be hurt in car accidents if the cars are not badly damaged
Bowie car accident lawyers, George Patterson and Maria Patterson have litigated hundreds of car accident cases involving minimal property damage. Minimal property damage cases often have to be taken to Court because the injured party frequently has not received a settlement offer to consider. People are often injured in car accidents with little to no property damage. Insurance companies may refuse to settle these cases and jurors are often skeptical of injury claims that may seem disproportionate to the property damage. The claims are often relegated to insurance adjusters with little monetary authority to settle cases. The insurance companies have names for these cases like M.I.N.D. (Minor Impact No Damage), M.I.S.T. (Minor Impact Soft Tissue injury). In short, these cases often have to be tried in Court. If you have been involved in a car accident involving minimal property damage it is essential that you select an attorney with car accident trial experience.