Everybody has heard the phrase before – talking to you is like talking to a brick wall. As a personal injury attorney, I feel like that quite often.
I especially feel like that when I am talking to an insurance adjuster in an automobile accident personal injury case. It’s like they just don’t understand plain English. When you’re client is in extreme pain, has been treating through multiple medical providers and has their life greatly affected for a year – you have a good personal injury case. That’s why I cannot understand as a personal injury lawyer why they stonewall. Recently, I brought that fact pattern to an insurance adjuster and she told me that my client’s personal injury was “subjective.” Subjective! I’ve handled a lot of cases as a personal injury attorney and I can tell you, pain is always subjective. Does somebody treat medically over a year for a personal injury simply for fun though? No. That is why when insurance adjusters tell this personal injury lawyer that his client’s injury isn’t “serious” under the insurance law, I don’t just cave. Instead, I throw rocks at the wall. And while the Glens Falls and Saratoga areas aren’t the biggest areas to be a personal injury attorney, I don’t live under that rock. So when I know a client has a personal injury case worth pursuing, I don’t let their stonewalling bother me!
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