Auto Claim Denied for a Pre-existing Condition? Help Is Here
http://www.MortonLawyers.com Back injuries, knee injuries, and other types of injuries that happen prior to a car crash can be aggravated as a result of a collision. If you were involved in an accident and your pre-existing condition became worse, you should watch this video to learn how you can still get your auto accident injury claim approved.
Because insurance companies are looking for ways to save the most money, they are always looking to see if claimants have pre-existing conditions. If they find that accident victims have previously suffered injuries to the same area that was injured in a crash, they often deny their car accident claims on grounds of a pre-existing condition.
If you are looking to collect compensation for your medical bills and other damages, it is critical to prove that your pre-existing injury was substantially aggravated after the crash. While the reward may be reduced in Idaho due to your pre-existing condition, you are still entitled to compensation. For help getting the compensation that you deserve and proving your pre-existing injury was worsened in a crash, contact the Morton Law Offices in Boise for a free consultation at 208.344.5555 or online at http://www.mortonlawyers.com/contact.cfm.