After being involved in an accident and calling the police, a person’s next thought is to immediately notify his insurance company. But is it in the victim’s best interest to get information only from the insurance company?

Not necessarily, according to Michael Morse, attorney and president of Auto Accident Claim Center in Detroit. In a release, he said that during his 13-year legal career, he has seen many injured people turn to their insurance company for information and clarification, only to end up being taken advantage of. He opened AACC to help accident victims get maximum benefits from their no-fault auto insurance policies. Staff members guide walk-in clients through the auto accident process and assist with submitting appropriate forms, following up with claim adjusters, reviewing insurance policies, and gathering medical documentation when necessary.

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