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Fighting the Insurance Company's "50/50" Argument

If you've been in an auto accident, you may be all too familiar with the fact that another driver's story on the scene may change by the time he speaks to his insurance company. It is an unfortunate reality and common occurrence that at-fault drivers may admit to fault at the scene of the accident, but they will change their version of events later.

What Happens When There Are Conflicting Stories After a Car Accident?

This change of story can greatly impact your case and ability to settle your property damage and bodily injury claims. If the insurance company says it is a "he said versus she said" or "50/50 split," this means your claim now has only half the value it otherwise would. This may also mean that you won't get all of your medical bills covered or your lost wages repaid. If you know that the at-fault driver lied to their insurance company, it's important that you come forward and seek help from a professional accident lawyer. 

Can I Dispute a 50/50 Insurance Claim?

If you run into this scenario, it is important to get an experienced and aggressive personal injury lawyer to present the facts and law that apply to each specific case. This information can push the insurance adjuster to realize that their insured's story just doesn't add up. If push comes to shove, that attorney can pursue your rights in court and present the evidence to get you what you deserve.

If you're worried about the cost of hiring a personal injury lawyer to represent you, you should consider scheduling a free preliminary consultation with Attorney Sullivan. He can help evaluate your claim and determine whether or not you have a case against the insurance company.

If you get hurt in a car wreck and believe that the at-fault driver is lying about their role in causing the accident, let us help. Call Gulf South Law attorney Heath Sullivan for help. #GetSerious

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