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Should I Take An Insurance Check Right Away

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What if the Insurance Company Offers me a Check Right Away – Should I Take it?

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Before you accept anything, or sign anything from an insurance company, make sure you know your legal rights and options. Accepting a check now may forfeit your rights for full compensation of your injuries. Consult with an attorney who can advise you as to your rights and what is fair in your case. If you are still receiving medical treatment for your injuries or are still out of work, you may not yet realize the full extent of your damages or harm. By signing a Release now, you may not be able to seek further reimbursement for your ongoing losses.

If you were hurt in a car crash, motorcycle accident, truck collision, fall down, trip and fall, construction accident, or work injury, the law establishes the time that you have to bring a law suit in a court. In Pennsylvania, most personal injury cases are provided a two year statute of limitations.

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