Don’t Accidentally Sign Your Rights Away after a Georgia Truck Accident

There are several documents that may cross your path during a claim for damages from a Georgia truck accident. You'll be dealing with requests for medical records, police reports, affirming statements, and all sorts of paperwork, and you need to be aware of what you're signing.

3 Kinds of Documents Damaging to a Fair Settlement 

  • Medical record releases - signing this allows the other driver's insurance company access to your ENTIRE medical history, regardless if it relates to your accident injuries. 
  • Damage estimates - agreeing to a damage estimate for your vehicle when the only one offered is from a company chosen by the insurance company could leave you with an unfair estimate amount. 
  • Settlement agreements - don't sign a settlement agreement unless you are certain that the amount and terms are substantial enough. 

Your Clayton County personal injury attorney can review any documents the insurance company tells you to sign and explain the consequences of accepting these offers and terms. In most cases, they will advise against signing, as the terms will be unfavorable to you collecting a fair settlement.

Knowing the tricks and tactics insurance companies use to deny claims or settle for unfair amounts can help you avoid these issues in your own claim. When you've been through a Georgia truck accident you can rest easier knowing an experienced attorney will help you deal with the insurers and seek the settlement you deserve. 

Contacting a Clayton County Personal Injury Attorney

As the victim of a Georgia truck accident, you have rights that the insurance companies cannot ignore. While they have a team of lawyers working on their side, shouldn't you have experienced legal representation fighting for your best interests? Before accepting any settlement offer, contact the Law Offices of Jason Schultz to schedule a FREE consultation on your case - 404-474-0804.

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