So, how do you get an insurance company to reimburse you after one of their policyholders caused you injury? Let's take a look.
Start at the Scene of the Accident
To put the odds of getting a fair settlement in your favor, you should collect relevant evidence at the scene of the accident. If it's a car accident, get the other driver's insurance information, take pictures of the accident, and get a copy of the police report. And don't admit fault to the other driver or the police.
See a Doctor Immediately
If you're injured after an accident, even in a very minor way, you need to see a doctor as soon as possible. You may not be able to tell how badly you're injured at the time of the accident. Sometimes a seemingly-insignificant injury gets worse in the days and weeks after an accident, and failing to get prompt treatment can make it worse.