If the accident you’re involved with wasn’t your fault, it is likely that the insurance adjuster of the at-fault driver is trying to implicate your liability to the accident to reduce the amount of your claim against them.

They will try their best to lessen their client’s responsibility towards you so that they can save a lot of money. That’s why it is essential that you know how to deal with an insurance adjuster the moment they call.

Tips on how to deal with an insurance adjuster:

1. Hire a lawyer

2. Do not admit your fault.

3. Never admit that you were not injured.

4. Never discuss your medical condition.

5. Don’t sign anything.

6. Do not go beyond what is asked.

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