An Atlanta Truck Accident Lawyer Can Help Deal with Insurance Companies in Truck Accident Injury Cases (Part B)

Turning to an experienced Atlanta truck accident lawyer can help you get through the turmoil after a truck accident injury. You may have many questions about what to do. With all of the insurance companies involved, it can become confusing. 

Seek Medical Care 

You should seek medical care promptly following the accident even if you don't feel you have any injuries. The insurance companies will attempt to claim you were not injured if you do not seek medical care immediately. 

Take all medical recommendations seriously. This means filling all prescriptions and keeping all scheduled follow-up appointments. If you do not follow through, insurance companies may use this to show you were not seriously injured. Keep all documentation from medical care you receive after the accident. Make copies to send to your insurance company. 

Call Your Insurance Company 

Report the accident to your insurance company and give them information about any personal injuries. Send information you have from the accident and the medical care you received. If possible, take photos of the accident scene so you have them to support your claim. 

You may begin receiving calls from the other insurance companies involved. You do not have to speak to them, and it's often best that you do not. You may provide them with misinformation that could hurt your case. 

Call an Atlanta Truck Accident Lawyer 

It’s often best to contact an Atlanta truck accident lawyer. Shane Smith Law has successfully litigated many truck accident injury claims, so they know what to do to help get the compensation you deserve. Call (980) 246-2656 now to schedule a consultation. Click here for our free guide, 10 Mistakes That Can Ruin Your Georgia Wreck Case.

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