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Dealing With Insurance Companies

Our Kansas City Injury Attorneys Can Fight for You

It would be great if insurance companies merely paid fair compensation. This is definitely not the case, however.

If you were injured in a vehicle accident, you need to be paid the full amount necessary to handle:

  • Medical bills
  • Rehabilitation
  • Issues related to your inability to work
  • Loss of compensation, now and future
  • Pain and suffering

At our firm, take each case in hand and carefully manage every step of the process.

We are very familiar with dealing with insurance companies and their representatives, we know how they operate, and we know how to get a case paid fairly. Those who try it on their own can expect to recover far less in compensation than when we are managing a case. Why? We know how insurance companies operate, we know the law, and they know we are trial lawyers and will take the case to court if they do not come through with a fair settlement offer.

How Insurance Companies Operate

We are very familiar with how insurance companies operate. When a claim is filed for damages after a car accident, it goes through a specific process. Initially, the insurance company adjuster will contact you and will try to find out the extent of your injuries. You could be called or visited in person, and there will be a request to gain access to your medical records - don't agree to this! Although there is a rare case where an insurance company will make a fair settlement offer, it is almost a certainty that the first offer they make to you will be unfairly low.

Unfortunately, people who have suffered serious injuries in an auto accident and are unable to work, or incapacitated, are also usually suffering financial stress. They are bombarded with medical bills and may be struggling to pay their regular bills. This is a situation that allows an insurance company to offer a low settlement - and sometimes an unsuspecting victim takes the offer. This can be a terrible mistake, as once you sign off on the settlement, you cannot go back for more if your injuries have further complications and require more treatment.

Managing a Car Accident Claim

We don't accept a low settlement offer. We know how insurance companies try to pay out the minimum, and our goal is protect our clients' right to full compensation. This means the negotiating process begins. This is not just a discussion, although this is part of the process. We submit full documentation to support the case. We have engaged in an evaluation of the losses you experienced, as well as the estimated financial losses in the future that are the result of the injuries you sustained.

This is a process that is extremely important to the final outcome of your case. We also demand full compensation for pain and suffering, as well as loss of quality of life. This can be an important issue in any case, but particularly cases of permanent injuries, such as disfigurement, traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injuries, severe internal injuries and others.

Our Commitment to You

Our goal is to serve you and protect your interests. We are responsive to all of your questions, are easily reached, and we genuinely care about the outcome of your case, your future health and your ability to move forward with your life after an accident. We will fight for the maximum possible compensation and we are skilled negotiators and litigators. We know how to prepare a case, how to present a case and how to get it paid fairly. Insurance companies have their procedures - and we have ours.

Contact Our Kansas City Personal Injury Attorneys Today!

We are steadfast and when we know that the case has merit, we are ready to fight for you at every step. Our careful and full case preparation is a distinct advantage, as the insurance company knows we mean business. We are on your side, available to you and we care deeply about getting results.

Contact Meyerkord, Russell & Hergott and speak to our Kansas City car accident lawyer.
We know how to deal with insurance companies.

See Our Settlements

  • $6 Million Medical Malpractice, Confidential Parties
  • $5 Million Car Accident, Rear-End Collision
  • $3 Million Truck Accident
  • $1 Million Truck Accident
  • $1 Million Wrongful Death
  • $395 Thousand Medical Malpractice
  • $360 Thousand Wrongful Death
  • $345 Thousand Automobile Collision
  • $300 Thousand Medical Malpractice, Federal Tort Claim
  • $300 Thousand Wrongful Death
  • $250 Thousand Third Party Negligence/Homeowners/Dog Leash Injury
  • $250 Thousand Slip & Fall, City Crosswalk
  • $225 Thousand Premises Liability, Trip And Fall On Stairs With No Handrail
  • $200 Thousand Car Accident, Rear-End Collision
  • $200 Thousand Car Accident, Rear-End Collision
  • $195 Thousand Car Accident, Ran A Red Light
  • $195 Thousand Medical Malpractice
  • $175 Thousand Gun Shot Wound
  • $147 Thousand Premises Liability
  • $133 Thousand Premises Liability, Trip And Fall
  • $125 Thousand Uninsured Motorist Claim
  • $125 Thousand Premises Liability
  • $125 Thousand Uninsured Motorist Claim, Log Through Windshield
  • $122 Thousand Premises Liability
  • $120 Thousand Trucking Accident
  • $115 Thousand Car Accident, Uninsured Motorist
  • $108 Thousand Premises Liability, Trip & Fall
  • $103 Thousand Car And Pedestrain Accident, Hit And Run
  • $100 Thousand Car And Pedestrain Accident, Hit And Run
  • $100 Thousand Car Accident, Policy Limits
  • $100 Thousand Automobile Collision
  • $100 Thousand Railroad Injury
  • $100 Thousand Motor Vehicle Accident Claim
  • $95 Thousand Car Accident
  • $95 Thousand Car Accident
  • $95 Thousand Fall From Stage At A Hotel
  • $92 Thousand Dog Bite
  • $80 Thousand Uninsured Motorist Claim
  • $75 Thousand Inadequate Security
  • $75 Thousand Inadequate Security
  • $75 Thousand Car Accident
  • $66 Thousand First Party Insurance
  • $63 Thousand Premises Liability, Slip & Fall On Ice
  • $60 Thousand Premises Liability, Slip & Fall On Ice
  • $60 Thousand Premises Liability, Slip & Fall On Ice
  • $51 Thousand Motor Vehicle Collision
  • $50 Thousand Motor Vehicle Accident
  • $50 Thousand Motor Vehicle Accident
  • $50 Thousand Motor Vehicle Collision/Drunk Driver
  • $50 Thousand Car Accident, Hit & Run On Pedestrian
  • $50 Thousand Car Accident
  • $50 Thousand Car Accident
  • $50 Thousand Car Accident
  • $50 Thousand Car Accident
  • $45 Thousand Dog Bite
  • $45 Thousand Workers’ Compensation
  • $44 Thousand Motor Vehicle Collision
  • $43 Thousand Fast Stop/Shooting
  • $43 Thousand Car Accident
  • $41 Thousand Motor Vehicle Accident
  • $41 Thousand Slip And Fall At Hotel
  • $40 Thousand Motorcycle Collision
  • $40 Thousand Premises Liability
  • $40 Thousand Car Accident
  • $40 Thousand Inadequate Security/Premises Liability
  • $35 Thousand Workers' Compensation
  • $35 Thousand Vexatious Refusal Case
  • $30 Thousand Car Accident
  • $30 Thousand Premises Liability/Fall From A Balcony
  • $29 Thousand Trip & Fall/Premises Liability
  • $28 Thousand Premises Liability, (Slip And Fall On Ice)
  • $26 Thousand Car Accident
  • $26 Thousand Workers' Compensation Claim
  • $26 Thousand Golf Cart Accident/Defective Breaks
  • $25 Thousand Dog Bite
  • $25 Thousand Car Accident
  • $25 Thousand Car Accident
  • $25 Thousand Automobile Liability
  • $25 Thousand Auto Collision
  • $25 Thousand Car Accident
  • $21 Thousand Car Accident
  • $21 Thousand Workers' Compensation
  • $19 Thousand Car Accident
  • $19 Thousand Workers' Compensation
  • $16 Thousand Premises Liability (Slip And Fall)
  • $16 Thousand Workers' Compensation