Insurance companies use insurance adjusters, and sometimes insurance company lawyers, to determine the amount of your claim. The claims adjuster will visit your property and conduct detailed inspections. You would be well advised to have your own adjuster and/or lawyer at this stage of the process to protect your interests.Can a lawyer help you on insurance loss claim?
An insurance claims lawyer can help with any scenario that causes damage to your property and is covered by your insurance policy. A few examples are: Damage from storms, such as hurricanes, tornadoes, floods, and high winds.Do you need an attorney for your claim?
You do not need an attorney to file a claim or start a lawsuit. Most businesses can also handle minor issues in small claims court if your state allows it. Depending on the state you live in, the amount of money you ask for in your case may need to be under $2,500 (Kentucky) or could be as much as $25,000 (Tennessee).Do I need an attorney if I have insurance?
If you caused the accident and you have insurance, your insurance company should provide you with an attorney to defend you. Lawyers that defend personal injury claims usually have close relationships with insurance companies (sometimes the lawyer is an insurance company employee).