No-fault arbitration claims
Have you been in a car accident recently? Did you file a claim with your auto insurance company? Did you see a doctor on behalf of the insurance company? If you did, the reason you’re probably here reading this is because you want to learn more about your rights. Congratulations – you’ve found the right place.
All Minnesota auto insurance policies (ex. Progressive, State Farm, American Family, Allstate, Geico, etc…) include a provision that, in one form or another, says you agree to be seen by a doctor chosen by the insurance company. After seeing this doctor, the insurance company will likely send you a letter stating based on their doctor’s report, your insurance company will not pay your medical benefits any longer.
After this occurs, you have two options. 1. Settle your medical benefits claim. Depending on the insurance company, your current condition, amount of unpaid bills, this may be your best option. 2. File for no-fault arbitration with the American Arbitration Association (AAA). While the AAA tries to make the process as consumer friendly as possible, the insurance company will have a lawyer assigned who spends a significant amount of time defending the insurance company on these types of cases. Depending on the complexity of your case, handling this yourself and losing, could result in you being responsible for thousands of dollars of unpaid medical bills.
So where is the good news?
The good news is – I am willing to help you with your case and it won’t cost you a dime out of pocket. I only get paid if I am able to successfully win your claim at arbitration. If you would like to know more about your rights and options, please contact me at 651-789-2205 or 612-554-2792, or via email at email@example.com.