There are few things worse than getting into a car accident. However, with the coronavirus upon us all now, many people are having questions about their insurance, whether it be life, or, in this case, car insurance. Fortunately, we are here to tell you that in the grand scheme of things, your car insurance will most likely not be affected by the new coronavirus. However, the way in which you deal with your car insurance company after an accident probably will.
To start, most of these companies are now transitioning to remote work, as we all are when possible, which means that instead of walking into your insurance company’s building to discuss your policy, you will most likely now have to deal with them over the phone, on their app, or via email. That being said, we also expect that in certain circumstances, any compensation/repairs to your vehicle that you may need could possibly get delayed, as many body shops are temporarily shutting down. In addition, you can also expect that in certain scenarios, insurance policies will grant some people temporary payment extensions, place holds on certain policy terminations because of their nonpayments, and more. If you have any additional questions regarding car insurance and how we can help you file a personal injury claim after being hurt in an accident, please do not hesitate to speak with our experienced Maryland personal injury attorneys today.
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If you have been injured in an accident and wish to speak with an attorney about your best course of action, contact the Law Offices of Albers & Associates today.
Albers & Associates is comprised of experienced personal injury, criminal defense, and family law attorneys. Our firm is proud to serve clients in Baltimore, Maryland. If you require strong legal representation that will fight to protect your future, contact the attorneys at Albers & Associates to schedule a consultation.