What if the At-Fault Party Doesn’t Cooperate During a Personal Injury Case?
- March 16, 2018
- Personal Injury
So what happens if the person responsible for your accident doesn’t want to cooperate?
I can tell you it does make it more difficult to pursue your claim but it doesn’t make it impossible. It just means there’s more work for us to do because in order to pursue a claim we generally need to know who the insurance company that’s responsible for the injuries is. And we’ve got to be able to deal with them. So it’s really not about the cooperation from the person responsible, it’s about needing the information in order to pursue a claim. And so certainly if you’re in a car accident and you’re able to get that information we want you to get it for us.
If you’re only able to get a license plate number then we at least need that. The more information we have the better. So the short answer is we don’t necessarily need the cooperation from the at-fault party but we have to have some information about who they are about about who their insurance company is in order to pursue a claim. So if you’ve been hurt in an accident, even if you have very little information, do me a favor and give us a call and we’ll help you on your case.
We’ll help you find that information. We’ll do what we do every day in order to represent clients and most of the time we’re able to get that information. So give us a call.
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