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Dealing with a Cleveland Insurance Adjuster When You Have Pre-Existing Injuries

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Dealing with an insurance adjuster can be challenging when you have a pre-existing injury. In order to protect your claim and rights, contact a personal injury attorney in Cleveland. He or she can explain the legal options that may be available. Having a pre-existing injury can quickly cause your personal injury claim to be diminished or outright denied.

Although you may not tell the insurance company about previous accidents or previous injuries, adjusters often utilize various resources for discovering this information. The adjuster may try and use this information against you in your claim if they find any evidence of pre-existing injuries or previous accidents.

Early in the claims process, the insurance adjuster will not only ask you about the facts surrounding the accident in question, but they will likely ask if you have previously been injured in an accident. You may think answering no will protect your claim, but this may actually damage it.

Therefore, before you even deal with an insurance adjuster, speak with an attorney. He or she can help counter any assumptions or accusations the insurance company may make.

Like it or not, pre-existing injuries will factor into your personal injury claim. Such injuries may negatively impact your claim, which is why many choose to seek legal counsel from the start.

Seeking Help from a Personal Injury Attorney in Cleveland

With so many complexities surrounding a personal injury claim, don’t wait to seek help from a personal injury attorney at Mellino Law Firm, LLC. Call us today for a free consultation (440) 276-3535.

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