|By PR Newswire||
|February 13, 2014 03:39 PM EST||
SACRAMENTO, Calif., Feb. 13, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The wreck was not your fault. You followed the rules. The other driver didn't. You spoke with the other driver's insurance adjuster. The adjuster says that he is fair. The adjuster says he is listening. He isn't. He's preparing a case against you. After the adjuster gathers information from you with a smile – he treats you like a liar, a cheat and a faker.
You are physically, mentally and emotionally injured. You hurt. You are not a complainer. Your family and friends see how the wreck changed you. You tell the truth. Now the other driver's insurance company offers you nothing. They ignore your doctor's bills, your wage loss and the physical and emotional harms done to you. You know that money won't fix your health. You also know that the law can only do so much. It can force the wrongdoer to pay for what has been taken away from you.
You don't want to file a lawsuit. You thought that the insurance company would be fair. They aren't. They'd rather protect their money. You have a choice – forget about justice or seek it. You see a lawyer. The lawyer tells you that a lawsuit is your remaining remedy. You can ask a jury to force a wrongdoer to pay for his harms.
A lawsuit is not always the first step. It is often the last step after an insurance company has rejected paying for the harms caused by its insured. We see when the company uses intimidation to try to keep money that should be yours.
Hackard Law is focused on the simple truth. How were you before the wreck and how are you after the wreck?
We can settle cases with insurance adjusters when the settlement is right – when it is fair – when it is just. When not right, we can file our client's lawsuit and seek justice in the courts.
We represent clients in California. We are big enough to handle large cases, and small enough to care about all of our clients.
About Hackard Law, a Professional Law Corporation Hackard Law focuses on litigation. Michael A. Hackard represents clients in wrongful death and catastrophic injury cases. For more about Michael A. Hackard, see:
Michael A. Hackard, Hackard Law
10630 Mather Blvd.
Mather, Sacramento County, CA 95655
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