Interview: Who Can You Trust After a Car Accident?

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After you’ve been in a car accident, someone might get in touch with you offering to help. They might offer legal assistance, physical therapy, and a rental car while your vehicle is repaired. Here’s the thing: this person is not a lawyer, and they do not have your best interest in mind. In fact, it is illegal for a lawyer to contact you first after you’ve been in a car or truck accident.

Michael Greenspan covers this issue and many others in his recent™ interview.

Topics discussed in this video:

  • What can people expect from their first conversation with an attorney?
  • What do you need to know about insurance companies?
  • What is the insurance company’s main goal?
  • What are “runners”?
  • How do they know that you’ve been in an accident?
  • How do we stop them?
  • Can lawyers legally contact car crash victims?
  • How much insurance coverage do I really need? What if I only get the minimum coverage?
  • Should you get the maximum car insurance allowed?
  • What do New York laws say about uninsured or underinsured motorist coverage?
  • What about “no fault” coverage?
  • Does the amount of insurance someone has affect whether or not a lawyer will take their case?
  • What if you only sustained property damage and no personal injuries?
  • How much does it cost to talk to a lawyer after a crash?

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