After you have been involved in a Florida truck accident, you are likely to receive a phone call from the truck driver’s insurance company. Whether you are speaking to your own insurance company or the other driver’s insurance company, it is important that you are careful about what you say. 

Dealing with Insurance Companies after a Florida Truck Accident  

Typically, you can expect to hear from an insurance adjuster, otherwise known as a claims adjuster, after your Florida truck accident. The insurance adjuster must ask permission to record your conversation; however, this is not something you should agree to.  

Answer the insurance adjuster’s questions with simple, accurate answers. Don’t elaborate or add onto anything that is said. 

Some of the questions you may be asked by the insurance company include: 

  • what you were doing before the Florida truck accident;
  • what happened after the accident;
  • how you feel physically;
  • how your injuries are affecting your daily life;
  • what type of medical treatment you have received; and
  • any non-medical damages that occurred after your Florida truck accident.  

When dealing with insurance companies it is very important you do not sign a medical authorization form. This will allow them to access your entire medical history. 

The only sure way to deal with the insurance companies in a way that protects your legal rights is to consult with an injury attorney in Florida. Understanding what to do after a Florida truck accident will make all the difference in your truck accident claim. 

Contacting an Injury Attorney in Florida 

When it comes to choosing an attorney, you can’t afford to play a game of chance. Picking a Florida injury attorney based on a colorful bus ad or a touching TV commercial won’t necessarily put you in touch with the attorney best suited for your case. 

Palm Beach injury attorney Theodore Babbitt has spent years building his practice and growing his network of trusted colleagues and well-respected lawyers. Simply fill out our online form for Florida injury victims, and Mr. Babbitt will personally review your story to see if you have a valid Florida truck accident claim. He will then put you in touch with the attorney best-suited to handle your case. There is no cost to get started – 1-877-751-8087.