My Experience With The Dark Side
Warning: Don't Talk To Any Insurance Company
Until You Read My Free Advisory Report
A Personal Message from Harry M. Williams Attorney at Law
During the late 1980s and early 1990s, I was hired by an insurance company to defend auto-accident injury claims. That experience provided me with inside knowledge of the tactics and strategies insurance companies use to avoid paying on injury claims.
I decided that I no longer wanted to be an insurance company lawyer after I convinced a jury that they should not award any money to a mother and her daughter, both of whom had been injured in a rear-end auto accident. Prior to the trial, the insurance company authorized me to settle both cases for a large amount of money. The women and their lawyer refused the offer of settlement and we went to trial.
During the trial, I used my cross examination skills to pick apart the mother and her daughter. When their doctor testified, I was able to show that he had “over treated” both of them — a tactic that is commonly used by insurance companies and their lawyers.
The jury agreed with me and refused to award them any compensation for their injuries. I felt guilty about using my highly developed skills to convince a jury to reject the claims of two women who had obviously been injured. I decided that I no longer wanted to be an insurance company lawyer — I only wanted to use my knowledge and skills to win cases for people who were injured as a result of someone else’s carelessness.
Ever since then, I've helped people like you recover money for their injuries, medical bills, pain and suffering, and loss of normal life.