DON’T TAKE MONEY FROM PROGRESSIVE INSURANCE AFTER A CAR ACCIDENT
If you have been in a car accident, you have several issues you must deal with. When the other driver is insured by Progressive Insurance, you have an extra issue. You have to be careful when you talk to a Progressive insurance adjuster. Progressive Insurance is tricky, and they insure many cars in Minnesota.
Our lawyers regularly get calls from people who were offered some “spending money for incidentals” from Progressive. When they take the money, they sign a Release. Later, they find out that by taking the money they gave up all rights to additional compensation for their injuries. Once you sign the release and take the money, even if it’s only a few hundred dollars, you rarely can undo the agreement.
It is OK to have Progressive pay to fix or replace your vehicle, because that does not release your potential injury claim. (Still, don’t sign anything from Progressive without talking to a lawyer). However, you should not take any other money from Progressive after a car accident, unless you are entirely sure you were not injured. Our injury lawyers have had many calls over the years from people regretted taking that initial offer from Progressive. They took a few hundred dollars soon after the car accident in Minnesota, and then later realized they were more injured than they initially thought.
OUR LAWYERS WILL ANSWER YOUR CAR ACCIDENT INSURANCE QUESTIONS
If you are involved in a car accident in MN and have questions about dealing with the insurance company, you are welcome to call us for a free consultation with a lawyer. Our experienced auto accident attorneys are always willing to spend a few minutes on the phone with you. We will answer basic insurance questions to make sure your rights are protected. The insurance issues are complicated, and some insurance companies can be tricky. The primary focus of our car accident lawyers is to make sure you get all the compensation you are entitled to. We have offices in Minneapolis, Edina, and Woodbury where you can meet with a lawyer. We also meet people at their homes throughout Minnesota.