My insurance has offered me a buyout. Do I have to accept it?
Some insurers use the fear of a claim termination as a tactic to convince the claimant to accept
a reduced amount. If the claim may truly be on the verge of a termination, however, there needs to be an assessment of the potential costs of a lawsuit and the likelihood of winning or losing the lawsuit. Using experienced legal counsel can be an invaluable tool in assessing whether a buyout
is the right thing to do and to ensure that the best deal possible is obtained.
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