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May 23, 2014, 10:14 AM

I am not a lawyer, but I have been through an injury accident case myself involving a "phantom" vehicle. Basically, someone cut me off and high-tailed it, leaving me laying on the pavement with a broken wrist.

Here's the single most important thing to remember: The at-fault driver's insurance company is NOT your friend. You are under NO obligation to be generous or compassionate with them. The at-fault driver carries insurance to compensate the victims of his or her NEGLIGENCE. That insurance company does not give two shits about you, your property, or your long-term health, no matter how much the claims adjuster tries to convince you otherwise. Put your ruthless self-interest cap on and be ready for a fight.


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