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Frequently Asked Questions
- Do I need an attorney?
- How does my collision coverage figure into all of this?
- What if I am partly at fault?
- What if the other driver was uninsured?
- What about lost use of my vehicle during repairs?
- What about hidden damage or faulty repair-shop workmanship?
- Is it possible that the “market value” of my vehicle will not equal the pay-off amount?
- What happens to my wrecked car once we settle on the value of the “total loss”?
- What is the “market value” and how do I find its amount?
- When is a vehicle “totaled” instead of repaired?
- Once I agree to an estimate, do I have to have my car fixed, and do I have to have it fixed where the insurance company tells me?
- What insurance company should pay for the damage, mine or the responsible party?
- What if I disagree with the appraiser’s estimate?
- How are repair costs determined?
- My car has been damaged due to the fault of someone else. What am I entitled to?
- How can I make sure this doesn’t happen to anyone else?
- Will an attorney be expensive?
- I don’t want to file a lawsuit. Can I handle the claim myself?
- My operation had a bad result. Was there malpractice?
- Must I file a claim within a certain length of time?
- Are the same standards applied to big-city and small-town professionals?
- How can I tell if I have a malpractice claim?
- If I’m injured, should I consult an attorney?
- What should I do if I am in an accident?
- Is there a way to save money on insurance?
- What is underinsured coverage?
- What is uninsured motorist coverage?
- How can I save money on collision coverage?
- Is all car insurance basically the same?
- Aren’t higher coverages expensive?
- How much insurance is advisable?
- What if I drive without insurance?
- Should I buy the minimum insurance required by law?
- How much automobile insurance is necessary?
No Fault Medical Coverage
- Are there any other ways to fight the insurance company?
- How do you stand up to the insurance company?
- Why do insurance companies use the review service?
- Do I have to accept the insurance company’s decision?
- Do insurance companies ever refuse to pay for treatment bills under PIP coverage?
- What if the bills exceed the PIP coverage?
- If I am injured in an auto accident am I free to choose the kind of health care I receive?
- Do I need an attorney?
- How long do I have to settle my Oregon personal injury claim?
- What if the insurance adjuster contacts me?
- What if my insurance company refuses to make "PIP" payments?
- How will my medical bills or lost wages be paid?
- What do I do first?