Questions To Ask The Insurance Company

That Wants You To “Give A Brief Statement And Sign Some Forms So We Can Process Your Claim”


If I give you a recorded statement, will you give me a copy of the statement you already got from the person who caused this accident – your insured?

Will you give me copies of any statements you’ve taken from any witnesses?

Will you tell me how much insurance the person who hit me, your insured, has?

Will you put it in writing that the accident was not my fault?

If I sign this medical release, will you immediately provide me a copy of everything you get?

If I sign any medical releases, will you promise not to put my personal health information on a shared insurance company injury “index” for all insurers to see?

Will you give me a copy of any injury “index” information that you have already gotten on me?

If I sign any medical release, will you promise only to seek records relevant to my accident-related injuries and not go fishing through my entire medical history?

Will you give me a copy of the financial information that you may have already gotten on me?

Will you tell me how much money you have set aside in “reserve” to satisfy my claim?

Helpful hint: If you are expecting a “yes” to any of the above questions don’t hold your breath! The insurance companies’ information street is one-way and it only leads to them.

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D.J. Banovitz’ career has always concentrated on trial practice and he has litigated hundreds of cases. His passion and sole career focus has been to seek justice for people suffering from personal injuries as the result of someone else’s negligence. The hallmark of the Law Office of D.J. Banovitz, is the total commitment to professionalism, quality, and personalized care of your injury case. D.J. has dedicated his professional life to helping those most in need and is a proud and active member of the Colorado Trial Lawyers Association. His experience includes volunteering for Colorado Rural Legal Services in Montrose, the Colorado Aids Project, consumer law, family law, criminal defense, and Alternative Defense Counsel for juveniles in Denver.