1. What is the most important thing for me to do after my injury?
2. How do I pay my medical bills?
3. Will the doctors, hospitals and other medical facilities wait for payment if I am unable to pay my bills as they are incurred?
4. How does my lawyer make sure that the doctors and medical facilities will get paid?
5. Why won't the insurance company for the person or company who caused my injuries automatically pay my medical bills as they occur?
6.How do I keep track of all my bills?
Common adjuster ploys and dirty tricks.
How an adjuster will evaluate your case.
How insurers view personal injury claims.
22 lowballing techniques used by unscrupulous insurance adjusters.
Games insurers play in wrongfully denying claims.
11 ways insurers stonewall personal injury claimants.
What insurance adjusters look for in evaluating claims.
Which cases are selected for surveillance.
Case factors which suggest plaintiff fraud.
The X times specials valuation formula.
Valuation of minor injury cases.
Evaluation of wrongful death cases.
Attorney's checklist for evaluating cases.
How attorneys spot bad clients.
18 factors that affect case value.
How the economy affects case value.
Evaluation of pain, with questionnaire.
What attorneys tell their clients at the first meeting.
Checklist of items to maintain and bring in.
Client medical history questionnaire.
Keeping a personal injury journal.
Keeping track of special damages and expenses.
The settlement style of large and conservative insurers.
The contrasting approach of more reasonable mid-sized insurers.
13 tips to help you understand insurers with different settlement approaches.
Insurance carriers are becoming more unreasonable.
How claims are handled by insurance adjusters.
One approach to setting the initial demand figure.