How can I Determine if a Negligent Party has Insurance?

Last updated on: January 25, 2013

How can I determine if a negligent party has insurance?

Oftentimes after an injury, individuals are more concerned with getting the medical treatment they need rather than getting insurance details. In fact, an inquiry about insurance with businesses, homeowners, and drivers isn’t guaranteed to provide you with the information you need in order to make a potential claim.

The question then becomes, “How do I find out if a negligent party has insurance?” Almost anytime you file a lawsuit, you’d be able to get the insurance information of the party you sued. However, lawsuits can be an expensive and time consuming endeavor, and there are sometimes easier ways to go about getting the same information.

For example, many individuals involved in car crashes may need transportation to the hospital via ambulance before they have time to exchange insurance information with other parties involved. If the police came to the scene, most often there will be a Crash Report available at the police station with insurance details of everyone involved.

Whether the responsible party is a business, homeowner, or driver, the attorneys at Zinda Law Group use several other outside-of-the-box methods in order to obtain insurance information on the other party as soon as possible so that our clients can determine the best way to proceed in the quickest amount of time. Additionally, our researchers and investigators have access to insurance databases that can often lead to the quick discovery of insurance information. If you are trying to find out insurance information after an injury to yourself or a loved one, please set up a free consultation with a Zinda Law Group personal injury attorney in order to assist you further.