if they made a second offer should I accept it or refuse if I still think it is too low,is the second offer of an suto adjuster usually their final offer and wont change their mind
Attempting to settle your claim without the benefit of a local Florida lawyer should be fully considered. Consult a lawyer in your area.
Car / Auto Accident Lawyer
Impossible to advise you based on limited facts but adjusters routinely low ball unrepresented victims.
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Personal Injury Lawyer
It is likely that you have received what is called a 'lowball'. See paragraph 5 of the article below. If you are serious about your claim, retain an experienced personal injury in your jurisdiction, otherwise the insurance company will continut to play footsie with you. Here's more: [Blue-Link-Below]
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Keep negotiating until you are happy.
Accept an offer only if it is a fair settlement. This might be the first offer, but is more likely to come later in the porcess.
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