Have you been involved in a car accident with driver insured by 21ST CENTURY CASUALTY COMPANY?
If you have been involved in a car accident with a driver insured by 21ST CENTURY CASUALTY COMPANY, one of the primary concerns that we must have is timely notifying the insurer of the claims that you have against the at-fault driver who is covered by the liability policy issued by 21ST CENTURY CASUALTY COMPANY.
Most people are not sure where to begin with the process of notifying an insurance company of a claim, and they are not sure what questions that they should or should not answer.
ARE YOU HAVING TROUBLE CONTACTING 21ST CENTURY CASUALTY COMPANY AFTER A CAR ACCIDENT?
If you have been hurt in a car accident, one of the first things that you or your car accident attorney must do is to provide notice to all potential insurers of the claim. The claim is basically informing the insurer that an incident has occurred that will likely be covered by the insurance policy, the date of the incident, and their insured’s name (the at-fault driver’s name). Failure to provide an insurer with notice of a claim can defeat coverage, and can result in the insurer denying coverage.
If you have been hurt in an accident with a driver that is insured by 21ST CENTURY CASUALTY COMPANY, our car accident lawyers can help.
This is the basic information that is provided by the Georgia Department of Insurance for 21ST CENTURY CASUALTY COMPANY:
|NAME:||21ST CENTURY CASUALTY COMPANY|
|ADDRESS:||3 Beaver Valley Road|
When you contact 21ST CENTURY CASUALTY COMPANY to set up the claim, expect an extensive intake process.
What questions do you answer if you are attempting to set up the claim with 21ST CENTURY CASUALTY COMPANY on your own?
We strongly recommend that you hire a lawyer to communicate with 21ST CENTURY CASUALTY COMPANY on your behalf. However, if you undertake to set up the claim with 21ST CENTURY CASUALTY COMPANY on your own, please recognize that you are under no obligation or duty to give a statement to the at-fault driver’s insurance company – 21ST CENTURY CASUALTY COMPANY. You are only setting up the claim. We strongly recommend that in this initial conversation that you do not discuss the nature and extent of your injuries resulting from your car accident. You do not owe a duty of cooperation to the at-fault driver’s insurance company.
If you have questions regarding your car accident case, contact The Sessions Law Firm today.