While sitting in traffic, Nancy Mullen was rear-ended by another car. The at-fault party’s insurance adjuster appeared – at least on the surface – to be very cooperative, claiming that he’d take care of everything. He began by politely asking her to sign paperwork stating that her “minor injuries” were healed. Soon, the adjuster became more forceful and called Nancy repeatedly, urging her to sign the paperwork as soon as possible. Before doing so, acting on a tip from her sister, Nancy contacted one of our experts in car accidents in York, Pennsylvania and then visited an orthopedic surgeon. It turned out that her minor injury was, in fact, an undiagnosed spinal disk injury. She said that without our help she might have been burdened with relentless medical bills and debt.
“I’m surely glad I called Jim [Greenberg],” said Nancy. “He helped me all the way through and collected insurance payments my ‘friendly’ adjuster refused to pay.”