The Guerrilla Guide to Settling Your Car Wreck Case

The Guerrilla Guide to Settling Your Car Wreck Case

by Lawyer X
The Guerrilla Guide to Settling Your Car Wreck Case

The Guerrilla Guide to Settling Your Car Wreck Case

by Lawyer X



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Knowledge is the main advantage an insurance adjuster has over you when you get in a car crash. The Guerrilla Guide to Settling Your Car Wreck Case will give you the behind the scenes secrets that lawyers and insurance companies don't want you to know.

In addition, this book will tell you how to avoid the most common mistakes and allow you to maximize your recovery without a lawyer.

Like all of the Guerrilla Guides to the Law, this book does away with the legalese and doesn't confuse or mislead you with pages and pages of useless information. When you want real knowledge, straight and to the point, then the Guerrilla Guides to the Law are where you need to look.

Using this book will help you learn how to:

Properly value your car accident case
Talk to the adjuster for the insurance company
Get your medical records at no cost to you
Identify all insurance coverages that may pay you
Defeat the insurance company's arguments
Identify potential problem areas
Help your doctor frame your injuries correctly
Know when you can, and cannot, settle your case
Get top dollar for your case
Learn what is and is not important to the insurance company

Product Details

BN ID: 2940014685825
Publisher: Rebellion Books
Publication date: 07/05/2012
Series: The Guerrilla Guides to the Law , #3
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
File size: 659 KB

About the Author

Lawyer X is the pen name of a former attorney who now spends all of his time writing and consulting. While in practice he was involved in both criminal and civil trials across the United States, including picking or helping to pick juries in hundreds of cases.
In addition to his work as a trial lawyer, Lawyer X wrote articles, lectured at continuing legal education seminars, and was active in the legal community in many ways.
He maintains anonymity now so that he can provide knowledge from inside and express honest opinions and viewpoints that other members of the legal community would just as soon weren't shared.
His goal is to see changes in the legal system which would allow people to represent themselves in cases where lawyers aren't needed or can't be hired for economic reasons yet still have a stranglehold on the system.
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