Is the other party’s insurance adjuster really trying to help you? Are they acting in your best interest in adjusting the claim? Mr. Henning has many years working with insurance companies and his simple answer is “NO, ALMOST CERTAINLY NOT!”
Would you and your friends be equipped to play competitively against a professional baseball team? Obvious not. If you’ve been injured in an accident and you try to deal with the insurance company yourself, you are often no better equipped than a local city rec. league team would be to play a professional sports team.
The insurance companies are typically multi-billion dollar companies that spend hundreds of millions of dollars training their adjusters to deal with you. Henning, Keedy & Lee has extensive experience working as advocates for individuals to balance the playing field with the insurance companies. We have the experience, expertise, and resources to even the sides, to provide you with an excellent chance of obtaining a good recovery and to help you deal with the insurance professionals.
If you’ve been injured in an accident, medical bills related to the treatment of those injuries inevitably begin to pile up. Moreover, you may not be working as a result of your injuries and all of your day to day living expenses begin to accrue.
Depending on the type of accident that caused your injury there may be one or more sources that are available to pay medical bills and lost wages related to your injuries. Fore instance, doctors may take a lien or there may be insurance that can apply to the bills. Depending on the circumstances that caused the injury Henning, Keedy & Lee will work diligently for you to get you the care you require.
There are so many different scenarios particular to your circumstance that it should be discussed in detail during your free initial consultation with the attorneys.
The attorneys at Henning, Keedy & Lee have over 50 years collective experience in addressing your legal issues.
For a initial consultation, please call (406) 752-7122 or (888) 865-8144 or fill in this Contact Form.