“What’s America coming to? Everyone’s out to sue everybody else. Will it ever stop?” cry insurance company executives. “Frivolous lawsuits and outrageous litigation are totally out of control,” proclaims insurance propaganda. At least, this is what they’d like you to believe. In fact, the number of civil lawsuits has declined dramatically in the past several years.
Insurance companies have combined forces to convince the American public that lawsuits are ruining our country. They invest millions of advertising dollars annually intending to portray people as “fakes” or “frauds” looking for “easy money” in an effort to discourage injured people from filing claims and lawsuits against them.
If your home was damaged by an electrical fire that ruined your furniture and destroyed other contents, wouldn’t you file a claim to recover losses from your homeowners policy? If you lost a parent through death, wouldn’t you collect on their life insurance policy? Making a liability claim is no different.
Insurance adjusters love innocent injury victims who “feel bad” about filing a claim; a claim for the very relief the insurance policy is supposed to provide. As a result, injured people who don’t file claims go uncompensated for legitimate injuries. These injured people spend a lifetime in misery because they’ve been subconsciously brainwashed into thinking that injury claims and lawsuits are, somehow, “wrong” or “evil.” And, as long as accident victims feel this way, and don’t demand their rightful compensation, insurance companies will continue to line their pockets with monies from unpaid claims.
You must remember, you’re the victim here. You were in the wrong place at the wrong time. It wasn’t your fault someone else injured you. The bottom line is, the insurance carrier has an obligation to compensate you for your losses. That’s the very reason insurance policies are sold.
Why apologize, or “feel bad,” for demanding payment necessary to restore you to the condition you were in prior to your accident? Do insurance companies apologize for collecting premiums? For making huge profits?
The bottom line is simple: you have a right to fair compensation and a right to seek relief in the courts if you have been denied fair compensation.
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