Insurance Low-balling Lawyers

Personal Injury Lawyers Serving Tucson, Phoenix, Flagstaff and all Arizona cities and communities

If you have been involved in a high-speed motor vehicle accident, such as an automobile or motorcycle wreck, then you will likely have incurred a number of costly bills for medical treatment and property repairs or replacements. It is the duty of your insurance company to make you a fair offer to cover these costs. However, many times, these businesses will try to coerce their clients into taking the lowest offer by claiming that they will not provide any more compensation. This practice is known as “low-balling,” and it may cheat accident victims out of the compensation that is rightfully theirs.

If you have been low-balled by your insurance company, you deserve to stand up for you rights and fight for the money you deserve. The Tucson, Phoenix, and Flagstaff insurance low-balling lawyers of Miller, Pitt, Feldman & McAnally, P.C. can help you learn more about your rights and options in this situation. Call us today to schedule an appointment with one of our experienced attorneys.

What is Low-balling?

After an individual has been involved in a car or motorcycle wreck, he or she is likely to have acquired many high medical and property damage bills that need to be paid off. That person will turn to the insurance provider for compensation to help make these hefty payments. These companies, however, will often try to make an extremely low offer to the victim and convince him or her to take this unfair amount. If the company succeeds, it will only pay a fraction of what it really owed. This practice is known as “low-balling,” and it may be opposed in a court of law with the help of an experienced attorney.

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