If you have been involved in an automobile accident in the state of Texas, chances are you are going to be dealing with an insurance company either when you try to get your car fixed or, if you were injured, when you to try to receive fair compensation for your bodily injuries. Whether it is your own insurance company that you’re dealing with or the insurance company for the person who caused the auto wreck, the actual insurance company you'll deal with really does matter.
After practicing personal injury law in Fort Worth and Dallas, Texas for more than 20 years, the lawyers at the Anderson Law Firm have dealt with probably every automobile liability insurance company that is authorized to do business in Texas. In doing so, there are several that stand out as being the worst. These insurance companies are United Auto, Fred Loya, ACCC, Affirmative and Sante Fe. Unfortunately, if you have these insurance companies as your own company, then you will most likely get you drug into a lawsuit. If one of these companies insures the person who crashed into you, then there is a substantial likelihood that you will not be able to resolve your injury claim without a long, protracted legal battle.
After your automobile wreck, one of the first things you need to do is obtain the police report from the local police department. After that, if you realize that one of these five companies is the insurance company for the person responsible for causing your car accident, then it is time to sit back and take a deep breath. Unfortunately, you're in for a long haul and will have to fight for every penny due you.
Just because an insurance company is not on our list does not mean that they will treat you fairly. To the contrary, you have to be prepared to fight for fair compensation with every Texas car insurance company. It's just that these five seem to be the worst in dealing with claims. If you have questions regarding your Dallas Forth Worth automobile accident claim, feel free to call the Anderson Law Firm to discuss your legal options.
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