Q: if I don't accept an insurance company's first offer for bodily injury & I ask for more $$, can they take the offer back
A: Yes. They can also 0ffer more.
Gerald Barry Dorfman agrees with this answer
A: Yes. They could. If you are negotiating by yourself, they are probably low balling you, Talk to an attorney in your area and ask him if the offer is reasonable. Best of luck.
A: yes, they can withdraw an offer but a lawyer would need more facts.
they can also increase the offer.
you should consult with a personal injury attorney in your area for guidance
A: They can but most likely will not take it back because they know if you accept it without a lawyer then they are getting over on you. Unless they discover something that hurts your claim. You really should consider getting a lawyer in your area because you will still get more even with a lawyer getting some. The lawyer can also reduce the amount you have to pay back to your medical providers or insurance.
A: If any offer is not accepted, the insurance company's adjuster can simply withdraw the offer. That usually doesn't happen. It also doesn't mean that the insurance will meet your demand or even increase the current offer. If you don't reach a reasonable offer from the insurance company, you would be wise to contact a local personal injury litigation lawyer to guide through this process.
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