The email came in through our website’s “Contact Us” button. The writer was commenting on our television commercials, particularly one in which I talk about insurance companies sending accident victims a tiny little check in the mail hoping they’ll cash it, saving the insurer from having to pay out lots of money. The writer thought my use of “tiny little” was redundant. The writer ended the email by saying, “It’s all about impressions, right?”
It is indeed.
I deliberately use the phrase “tiny little check” because I want to make an impression on those who have been hurt, and drive home to you the lengths insurance companies will go to avoid paying you what you deserve for your injuries. The checks some clients say they get in the mail aren’t just small, and they aren’t just little. They’re tiny, as in a few hundred dollars. One client who got a $350 check in the mail from an insurance company (she shredded it) wound up needing a $30,000 back surgery. If she had cashed that check, she would have been out of luck and would have owed a lot of money out of her own pocket.
Which brings me to the second point I mentioned. Insurance companies will stop at nothing to make as much profit as they can, and the easiest way to do that is by not paying people what they deserve. The personal injury lawyers at the Law Offices of Dianne Sawaya fight insurance companies every day, and we’re good at getting you the compensation you deserve, not just a tiny little check.
There I go again, being redundant.
If you’ve suffered a personal injury accident and are getting the run-around from the insurance company, even it it’s your company, you need a smart, aggressive attorney to fight for you. Give me a call at (303) 758-4777 or email me. We’ll set up a no-obligation meeting to evaluate your case. Plus, you can also schedule a free meeting on our website at www.dlslawfirm.com/contact-us.