Grand Junction Insurance Claims After Car Accident Attorneys
Your Insurance Carrier Is Not Your Friend
After a car accident, you face a multitude of issues, not the least of which is your dealings with the relevant insurance companies. Although insurance companies are there to cover your costs and expenses after a motor vehicle accident, there is a conflict of interest inherent in the insurance carrier and policyholder relationship. Your insurance company does not want to pay a penny more than is absolutely necessary.
At Doehling Law, we help clients in Grand Junction, Aspen, Montrose, Glenwood Springs, and the surrounding Colorado communities when filing insurance claims after their car accidents. Our insurance claims after car accident lawyers can help you file an insurance claim and any other claim necessary to get you the best results possible in your case.
Call (970) 292-7171 to set up a free initial consultation to learn more about how we can help you with this technical and often complicated process.
Experience Counts in Auto Crash Cases
Our Doehling Law attorneys have more than 40 years of combined experience working with insurance companies—Attorney Gary Doehling represented insurance companies and our firm's claims manager spent 18 years working for a major insurance provider. We understand the strategic approaches insurance companies take when defending against car insurance claims, and we know how to handle insurance companies when they make bad faith denials of legitimate claims.
Handling All Aspects of Your Claim
At Doehling Law, we will help you understand your rights and options, and fight for you in all aspects of your claim, including:
- Filing a claim: In Colorado, the responsible driver's insurance policy should cover the damages. We will make sure that the driver's insurance company provides the compensation you need. If the responsible driver is uninsured or underinsured (UM/UIM), the results will largely depend on whether you have UM/UIM coverage, which is a distinct type of coverage.
- Your insurance rates: Colorado law prohibits raising a policyholder's rates for UM/UIM claims if the other driver was responsible.
- Additional coverage and legal claims: Unlike some other states, in Colorado, the insurance company representing the party responsible for the accident should pay the claim.
Our legal team will help you obtain maximum compensation for medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, and property damage.