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When to Accept Insurance Settlement and When to Sue

Image credit: iqoncept / 123RF Stock Photo Insurance companies are involved in nearly every auto accident. Often times, if the other driver was responsible for your injuries, his or her insurance company will make a settlement offer with you. It is often difficult for auto accident victims to know whether to accept the insurance company's settlement offer or to file a personal injury lawsuit. The Chicago auto accident lawyers at Steinberg, Goodman & Kalish focus on helping auto accident victims obtain the financial recovery that they deserve and we can help you determine whether you should accept an insurance settlement or take legal action. You should always consult with an auto accident lawyer before accepting an insurance settlement, but the following are some things to consider in making the decision: