Insurance Claims Adjusters Get Tougher on Claim Evaluations--New Mexico

Posted about 2 years ago. Applies to New Mexico, 3 helpful votes


Insurance Claims Adjusters who routinely handle personal injury claims from car accidents are getting tougher in paying claims. The result may be the opposite of what the claims adjusters intended. More and more personal injury claimants are hiring attorneys to represent them. The claim costs the insurance company more money the moment a claimant gets an attorney. Getting tougher on personal injury claim evaluations will cost the insurance company more money in the long run. "A greater percentage of claimants are getting attorneys to represent them in their personal injury claims, and this is costing insurance companies more money in the long run," says Albuquerque attorney Mark J. Caruso. Caruso is among a growing number of attorneys who only handle personal injury claims. As a former insurance company attorney, Caruso knows both sides of the claim. "I used to represent insurance companies, but now I only represent claimants against insurance companies." Clients who have successfully used Caruso as their attorney note that it was advantageous to have an attorney who knew the strategies of the insurance adjusters and their attorneys. Attorneys who have battled Caruso in cases note that he knows the ins and outs of the personal injury claim, and he is extremely knowledgeable and prepared for battle. He is licensed in both California and New Mexico and has been practicing law for 28 years. Caruso Law Offices is located in Albuquerque, New Mexico and exclusively handles personal injury claims including car accidents, motorcycle accidents, trucking accident, bus accidents, pedestrian accidents resulting in personal injuries, brain injury, permanent injury and impairment and wrongful death. Offices are located in Albuquerque's North East Heights at 4302 Carlisle NE (Montgomery & Carlisle) and in Albuquerque's West Side at 2929 Coors NW Suite 310-E. Free one hour consultations with an attorney are available by calling 505-883-5000 Attorney Mark Caruso is a former insurance company attorney who now represents injured clients in their personal injury claims. He is a 1982 graduate of Pepperdine University School of Law and is a former State Representative in the New Mexico Legislature.

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