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t this time she would be unable to consider any future medical treatment or expenses due the gap and delay in treatment. Is this a fact, or just something to make me just settle. What would you recommend I do next?
Thank you for your time

Hi Emily,

That is not a rule or a law. It is simply a technique. They do want you to settle, but if you have damages (or will have damages) that can be related to the accident, they owe them.

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Auto insurance claims regarding vehicle accidents, insurance coverages, auto policies, bodily injury claims, pain and suffering, injury settlements and negotiations.


I am an adjuster for injury claims and property damage claims for over 5 years (still working there). I have worked for personal injury attorneys helping consumers get a fair treatment and I am passionate to help others with their vehicle accidents.

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I was the top settling claims adjuster at the Insurance Company that I worked for.
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