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Insightful experiences can be invaluable while processing Auto Insurance Claims. The journey begins at the scene of an accident and ends at the time of claim closure. ESTRA has been through this process with several Auto Insurance Companies. Join her in this episode to gain understanding from an injured person's perspective. Avoid costly mistakes made early in the process.
What type of conversation can you expect to have with Auto Insurance Companies? What is the purpose of their questions? And what questions do you need to answer? It's important to start off on the right track when dealing with Auto Insurance Companies. ESTRA understands this and is ready to share her experience about talking with Auto Insurance Companies.
Most people seriously injured in a Car Accident have an uphill climb. They must face those with power, resources, and experience whom once thought were looking out for best interest. In fact, Auto Insurance Companies or Employer's Long-Term Disability Contractor typically spend a great deal of time reviewing records insured have given them access to as a good faith gesture.
Can people injured in a Car Wreck get justice in our Federal Court System when filing lawsuits against corporations? Join me, ESTRA in talkings about the process.
10 Auto Insurance Claim Tactics you should know will help avoid costly mistakes with insurance carriers. In my opinion, President Clinton’s saying of trust, but verify applies when involved in an auto insurance claim. These companies have dealt with millions of injury claim victims, and tend to know tactics to discourage or reduce your claim, leaving many car accident victims with unfair or bad faith outcomes. Seeing these common responses by these corporations can prepare for the unexpected and allow decision which provides self-protection, something not always afforded even by your own insurance company.
Join me, ESTRA in reviewing 10 Auto Insurance Claim Tactics You Should Know.
There is much to learn when involved in a car crash. And, the Insurers (Insurance Companies) will know a great deal more about the process than Insured (Policyholders). Today's show will share important highlights from ESTRA Radio Programs discussing the journey most individuals will face after a car accident. This is a "crash course" so to speak of information Policyholders need to know after being involved in a collision.
You've just been in a traffic collision. There is a copy of book, Car Accident by ESTRA in the glove box which is pulled out. The checklist in the back of book is used to document car accident. Now, it is time to talk with an Auto Insurance Adjuster. How will you choose whom to call? Will it be your own auto insurance company? Or the other driver's carrier? Are you ready for their questions? What are appropriate questions to answer? What about leading questions? Should conversation be recorded or written only?
Join me, ESTRA today for a discussion on talking with Auto Insurance Adjusters after a Car Accident. This is a very important and critical part of the process.
How safe from poverty are Auto Insurance Policyholders? Will Employer Short-Term and Long-Term Disability provide financial protection? What about all the premiums you've paid into Social Security Disability? If becoming disabled after a car accident, you may end up like most injured, living in poverty. Today let talk about how much of a safety net you've got with Insurance Companies or Employers who are self-insured, meaning they control and own your ERISA Insurance Policies.
Do you have unanswered questions? Not sure if you should apply? Do you need assistance in enrolling and choosing a plan? Talk to our Expert, Karen Campbell about the Affordable Care Act.
Karen Campbell is a Financial Strategist with Bestway Financial Services in Austell GA. In this position Karen assists her clients with Health, Auto, and Commercial Insurance. Karen definitely believes in using her resources to network, connect people together with affordable health insurance and to be an asset to her community.
Today, I’m welcoming Dr. Danon Carter back to the show to talk about diversity. Dr. Danon has more than 18 years of managerial and executive experience in Operations and HR, leading teams and overseeing employee development as well as specializing in diversity and inclusion and culture change. She has worked in such companies as Mercedes-Benz Financial Services, Sears Credit, HSBC Auto Finance, and Center for Business Solutions. Her work has taken her around the world to include Spain, Italy, Australia, Philippians, India, Indonesia, Canada, and Mexico, which contributed to Dr. Carter’s love of diversity and people in general.
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