- Will you provide a written statement admitting that the accident was not my fault?
- Will you tell me how much insurance coverage the person who hit me has?
- Before I give a recorded statement, will you give me a written transcript of the recorded statement that you took from the person who caused the accident?
- Before I give a recorded statement, will you give me a written transcript of the recorded statements you have taken from other witnesses?
- Will you tell me how much you have set aside in “reserves” to pay my claim?
- Will you give me a written statement promising to immediately send me a copy of anything you get using my signed medical release?
- Will you give me a copy of any “index” information you have received concerning me from your computer insurance databases?
- Will you tell me whether you have already conducted video surveillance of me?
- Will you provide me with a written statement promising to provide me with a copy of any and all video surveillance done on me within two days after doing it?
- Will you tell me now if there is any “umbrella” insurance coverage applicable to my claim?
My bet is that the insurance company is unwilling to comply with the above requests. It wants all imaginable information from you, but is unwilling to provide any to you.
Following graduation from Loyola Law School in New Orleans in 1990, Price McNamara served as a Federal Judicial Law Clerk to the Honorable John M Shaw, Chief Judge, United States District Court Western District of Louisiana.
Mr. McNamara founded J. Price McNamara ERISA Insurance Claim Attorney, and began putting his past experience to work for the injured and disabled clients he now represents against the insurance companies in personal injury and long term disability and other insurance disputes in both federal and state courts