If you have been injured in a car accident, don't simply accept what the insurance company offers — including compensation for property damage. Insurers have a vested interest in paying you as little as possible. You shouldn't even agree to an interview without first talking to an attorney, as anything you say can be used against you.
At the law offices of William T. Wilson in Temple, Bell County, Texas, we have 40-plus years of experience dealing with insurance claims and insurance companies. We know what you can expect and will be your advocate with your insurer to make certain you are treated fairly.
We are prepared to work with your health care provider to seek an agreement for deferred payment of medical bills so that you can get the treatment when you need it, but pay for it once your personal injury lawsuit is resolved.
Because of our extensive experience, we know all the sources of insurance to help you get benefits for lost wages and medical care. We will look for underinsurance coverage, as well as Medicare and health insurance subrogation, so that the insurance company will pay for your treatment upfront and seek reimbursement from the party at fault.
Focusing On Insurance Litigation
If there are problems with receiving payment on a life insurance policy, we will represent your interests against the insurer, helping you demonstrate that the death was accidental and that benefits should be paid. We also handle other insurance denial issues, including coverage or incontestability period disputes. We will help you navigate challenges such as subrogation rights issues that could reduce the compensation you receive in the end.
For Answers And Help With Car Insurance Disputes In Texas, Contact Us
Lawyer William T. Wilson offers free initial consultations about insurance issues in car accident cases and other personal injury matters. Contact us by email or call 254-771-5885 (or 888-294-8289 toll free). Talk to someone 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Our offices are conveniently located on the third floor of the Temple Public Library. Home and hospital visits are available upon request.