Brain Injury Insurance InvestigationWere you injured so seriously that you suffered a brain injury? Watch this video to understand how brain injury insurance investigation is handled.
Question: Should I speak to the insurance company about my brain injury claim?
Oftentimes in brain injury cases, clients are very nervous because if you’re in a lawsuit, the other side wants to take your deposition, ask questions of you, and find out your side of the case. If you’ve had a brain injury, that’s not always easy to handle. Texas law says more often than not you’re going to have to give a deposition. You’re going to have to tell your side of the case. If your saying, I don’t remember; that’s blacked out; I can’t do that anymore,” then that’s your side of the case. In serious brain injury cases where a person’s cognitive function is so diminished that answering questions would only lead to harm, or lead them down a road where they can’t get out of, we can file motions. An experienced brain injury lawyer can ask the judge to limit those things. The only way you can protect yourself and your family is to have a lawyer that understands what a brain injury is and what it means to you.
Were you or a loved one injured and have questions about the brain injury insurance investigation? Contact a San Antonio brain injury lawyer at Rush & Gransee today for a free confidential consultation and case evaluation. Let our experience work for you. Like Us on Facebook.