It is not uncommon for the insured party to disagree with an adjuster’s assessment.
Insurance companies are a business, after all, and limiting the amount they pay out is part of their strategy. That’s why having legal representation is always important before accepting any settlement offer. You likely have more leverage than you realize.
After sitting down with you to discuss the specifics of your case, a Mackesy Smye lawyer will be able to advise you of your options. The compensation for your claim may change significantly with the aid of legal representation.
Our law firm’s team of lawyers will help you obtain appropriate compensation resulting from these types of disputes.
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