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The adjuster wants me to sign papers. Should I?

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There are several types of adjusters. There’s a PIP adjuster, a property adjuster, a liability adjuster, uninsured motorist or under-insured motorist adjuster. It is important before you sign any documents for you to know what you’re signing and for you to read the entire document. I strongly suggest that you contact a lawyer to read those documents with you and decipher what they really mean because once the document is executed by you, that particular or those particular issues within that document means that’s final; it’s done. Don’t be so gullible or so quick to sign the documents, thinking, “I’m going to get money quickly,” because you may be signing many of your rights away.

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