Travelers Accident Number Call 727-500-1010


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If Travelers is your insurance company, here are a few tips following an accident.

Tip #1:  Let them know you intend to get checked out by a medical doctor (not solely a chiropractor) if you have not already done so.

Travelers Claims Department will try to reduce the amount of Personal Injury Protection coverage available to you. You have to seek treatment within 14 days of your accident.  If you see only a chiropractor and not a medical doctor, Travelers Claims may argue that your PIP limits must be reduced to $2,500 instead of the $10,000 in coverage that you purchased.

Tip #2:  If you feel any pain following an accident, even if it seems minor, make sure you let Travelers Claims know.

Travelers may try to minimize claims payments by arguing that accident victims did not complain about injuries shortly after the accident.  Therefore, Travelers may argue that the injuries are not accident related.  It’s common for people involved in accidents not to feel much pain right afterward due to  adrenaline. Travelers knows this.  Avoid this by reporting pain following an accident.

Tip #3:  Contact a lawyer that specializes in handling accident claims before contacting Travelers.

The attorneys at Fowkes & Hasanbasic, Accident and Insurance Lawyers deal with Travelers Claims daily.  We fully understand all of the traps and pitfalls that Travelers attempts to utilize.  It costs nothing to talk with us about your claim.  And if you decide that you would like to retain our law firm, that costs you nothing either.  We get compensated only when we get compensation for you.

For a more in-depth review of how to deal with Florida Travelers car accident claims, click here.

If you have been in an accident and you would like to discuss, call our Car Accident Lawyers and we can assist you during the insurance claims process.

Travelers accident number call or text us for free at (727) 500-1010.

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