How Is An ICBC Adjuster Different From A Lawyer?
While an adjuster is required to satisfy all of ICBC’s commitments, a lawyer works for you. A lawyer can take your case to a court of law where witness statements and the truthfulness of each driver’s accident account can be assessed. An ICBC adjuster is not a lawyer or a judge. Consequently, fault may be apportioned between both parties even if one driver’s story does not add up.
Ultimately, an ICBC adjuster’s loyalty is to his or her employer, even if yours is friendly and seems like a nice person. A lawyer, on the other hand, stands up for your rights and works to ensure the value of your claim is not reduce unfairly.
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