Is The Insurance Company Treating You Unfairly?
At Atwood Law, we focus our practice on helping injury victims pursue just compensation for their losses caused by serious accidents and injuries. We have secured tens of millions of dollars on behalf of clients all over Nebraska and Iowa.
Were you injured in an accident? Our experienced attorneys can guide you through your personal injury claim and ensure that the insurance company is treating you fairly. Call 402-817-2717 or 800-655-9606 toll free to schedule your free initial case consultation.
Protecting Your Best Interests Negotiating With Insurers
When injury victims meet with one of our lawyers for the first time, many of them have concerns about their insurance company. We help clients understand their rights, take steps to strengthen their claims for damages and be treated fairly by insurers.
After an accident, you will likely be contacted by an insurance adjuster. The adjuster may appear to be on your side — checking up on you after doctor visits, asking about your recovery and telling you they’re trying to help. However, it is important to remember that they work for the insurer, not for you. Their job is to save their employer money, which may lead them to undervalue your claim or look for ways to deny coverage.
The moment you retain one of our attorneys, you can stop worrying about talking to other parties involved in your accident. We will handle every aspect of your legal case so you can focus on getting better and being there for your loved ones.
“Our attorney pursued our claim in an aggressive manner while at the same time being very protective of our rights and privacy and sheltered us from any unnecessary contact with insurance agents, or any other adverse parties.” — Former clients in Lincoln
Let Us Deal With Your Insurer While You Focus On Recovery. Call For A Free Consultation.
Please call 402-817-2717 or 800-655-9606 toll free, or contact us online to arrange a free, confidential consultation at our offices in Lincoln or Omaha. We assist injury victims throughout Nebraska and Iowa.