After an accident, your biggest concern is how you receive the best medical treatment for your injuries.
Paul’s background in medicine is extensive.
Paul’s connections to physicians at every level of medical care is extensive as well.
Most people don’t have health insurance.
Without health insurance, many doctors will refuse to treat you.
Paul can recommend physicians close to your home or work that will treat you for your accident-caused injuries.
If your medical needs require an immediate specialist, Paul can also recommend physicians in various specialties.
Your vehicle is very important to you. It helps you get to work.
It picks your kids up from school. Your vehicle is a necessity.
After an accident, your vehicle needs to be fixed as quickly as possible — or you need to receive payment as quickly as possible if your vehicle is a total loss.
Paul provides assistance in this area to ensure a quick and timely resolution to get you back on the road.
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Are you concerned another driver may be lying about a car accident? If so, you’re not alone and lying about the events of an accident is punishable by law. When reporting a car accident, there are many reasons not to lie to your insurance company. Someone could be fearful of the consequences of a car accident if he or she is at fault, but it is never okay to make false statements.
This is just a brief sample:
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Generally, you’re not required to make statements to another driver’s insurance company, and you should let a qualified auto accident attorney handle communications with them. When it comes to your own insurer, however, the rules are different.
Auto insurance contracts virtually always include language compelling you to be accurate in statements about an accident. If you violate these terms, the company has every right to refuse to extend insurance to you, leaving you to find another insurer when you’re in need.
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Naturally, insurers have a vested interest in making certain that they pay out only the minimum amount absolutely necessary for each claim. Claims adjusters are well known for pouncing on opportunities to deny claims, and any attempt to falsify the record gives them this chance. You could find yourself paying for thousands in vehicle repair costs and more without any help.
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Whether you find yourself seeking a new insurer or not, your rates are likely to go up. You may be seen as a high-risk driver who is unlikely to deal honestly with the company in the future. This record can follow you from one insurer to the next, making it hard for you to manage your rates. You can see why honesty is the best policy in situations like these!
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Lying can have unintended and unexpected consequences. You don’t need to be talking to an officer of the law or standing in court to find yourself in hot water when it comes to making false statements. In fact, legislation can support criminal charges, fines, and more under a variety of circumstances – possibly including penalties far in excess of your probable claim.
Unfortunately, auto accident cases often come down to one driver’s word versus another’s. In rare cases, it may be possible to catch someone in a false statement – but it should only be considered with the help of an attorney. In general, an auto accident lawyer will help you refute another’s lies by establishing the true facts of your case.
For expert legal representation from a top Nevada auto accident lawyer, contact Paul Powell.