There is no way to tell. Your lawyer needs time to try to settle it and if he cant settle to file suit. If you are no longer treating and have no more physical problems that need medical attention, your case is limited in damages. In any event talk to your lawyer about the negotiations.
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Normally 2-6 weeks depending on how busy the adjuster is in your case.
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Look at the demand. Generally, your attorney will impose a specific time in which they must respond. They do not always follow these deadlines so filing suit may follow if they cannot settle the matter. Delay, deny and defend...that's most insurance companies unspoken mantra so suit may have to be filed in those cases.
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