Returning to Nashville from a weekend in Atlanta with friends, Justin was behind the wheel of a rental car when a car in the lane next suddenly crossed over into his lane and crashed into him. The out-of-control vehicle then overcorrected and crashed into a second vehicle traveling in another lane. Justin sustained serious musculoskeletal injuries. Although at the scene of the accident the driver told Justin she was at fault, once she spoke to her insurance company, she changed her story and said Justin was to blame.

Injured Victim Is Denied by Insurance Company

Once the at-fault driver changed her story, her insurance company told Justin they weren’t going to pay for his car or his injuries. Justin was frustrated because his injuries required months of treatment. He was in a lot of pain, his car was totaled, and the at-fault driver wasn’t taking responsibility. The insurance company denied his accident claim, and then stopped talking to him. Insurance companies use lots of tactics to avoid paying claims. One tactic is to simply ignore you and hope you just go away.

Our Car Accident Attorneys Hold the At-Fault Driver Accountable

Justin was not going to just give up and go away, but he needed help. So, he called Weir & Kestner Injury Lawyers. We immediately went to work for him. The accident reconstruction, property damage analysis, and witness testimony clearly showed Justin was not at fault. After months of fighting with the insurance company, we got him the compensation he was owed for his injuries, his car, lost time from work, pain and suffering, and lost enjoyment of life. And we did all this without having to file a lawsuit.

Accident victims tell us stories like this all the time. Just like Justin, you do not have to accept what the insurance company says or tells you as the final decision. But, remember, time is of the essence! Tennessee has a very short time limit on injury actions. We’re always honored to help people like Justin get the justice they deserve, and we can help you, too.

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