The 10 Biggest Mistakes That Can Destroy Your California Accident Case
Insurance company adjustors are highly trained in personal injury law and evaluation of claims. However, what they are particularly trained for is to pay injured people less than they deserve to settle their personal injury case.
Over his many years as a personal injury lawyer representing people injured in accidents, Ross A. Jurewitz has watched people make the same critical mistakes over and over again. Often these mistakes are made before the injured person consults with a trained lawyer and the injured victim is talking to and trusting the adverse insurance company adjustor. Only when the injured victim realizes that the insurance company will not treat them fairly, do they realize their mistakes and that they need to consult with an attorney.
In the book, The Ten Biggest Mistakes That Can Destroy Your California Accident Case, Mr. Jurewitz provides helpful information that every California injury accident victim should know, including:
- Myths about personal injury claims
- Myths about personal injury lawyers
- What you should do immediately after an accident…and what you should not do
- How to get your car repaired
- How to get your medical bills paid
- When you should not hire a lawyer for your injury claim
- How to determine what your injury claim is worth
- The ten biggest mistakes that can destroy your California accident case
This book normally sells for $16.95 through Amazon.com. However, as a courtesy, the Jurewitz Law Group is giving away this book for free to all California residents (except if you work for a law firm or insurance company).
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