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How does a Pre-Existing Condition Affect a Personal Injury Claim

How does a Pre-Existing Condition Affect a Personal Injury Claim

How does a pre-existing condition affect a personal injury claim in California? Many people in Southern California have pre-existing medical issues prior to suffering injuries in a car accident.  Insurance adjusters ask carefully crafted questions designed to get you to reveal these pre-existing conditions in order to reduce the purported value of your valid personal injury claim.  They may request medical records and other information.  It is not in your best interest to provide it before speaking with us for a free consultation at 949-305-1400.

How does a pre-existing condition affect a valid personal injury claim in California?  The answer to this question is highly dependent upon the your specific medical history.  Has a pre-existing condition caused any pain or discomfort prior to the accident?  How did it impact your daily life (if at all)?  My name is Rivers Morrell and after more than 40 years of experience I can tell you insurance companies will try anything to reduce your valid personal injury financial damages.

A pre-existing condition may play a small role in your case, but we work with doctors and expert witnesses to document the extent of the injuries caused by the car accident.  We work to prove the impact of these injuries on your work and everyday life and are prepared and more than ready to place your case before a jury to achieve the outcome you deserve.

If you are wondering how does a pre-existing condition affect a personal injury claim we invite you to review the strong recommendations of our former clients and the legal industry and contact us or call (949) 305-1400 for a free consultation today.  Please disclose any pre-existing conditions so that we may thoroughly evaluate the unique facts of your case and prepare strong evidence to reject any claims by insurance representatives to the contrary.

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