After an auto wreck in which you suffered damage (health or material) and you were not the culprit of this accident, you can file a claim in court for compensation to you full indemnification for damage from the accident.
There is no clear answer as to how long the trial will last, it depends on the specifics of each individual maim. This process usually takes from several months to several years.
In simple cases, the process will last several months, but there are also complex cases, the proceedings in which can last several years.
There are many factors that can affect how long a claim will take.
1. Traumas after the mishap. In case of severe maims, a person needs debt and complex treatment, so it may take a long time to calculate the exact amount of loss.
2. Proof of responsibility. In some cases, there are problems with proving the fault of another driver. Because of this situation, it will be difficult for you to force the assurance agency to make a decision in your favor.
3. The response of the assurance company. Often, insurance companies are very delayed in responding to your claim. This may be due to hopes that you will simply get tired of waiting for an answer and you will leave it. But when you have a lot of damage, the assurance company needs more time to study all the details of the wreck.
After the issue of reimbursement is resolved, the assurance agency will ask you to sign an application form, after which you will not be able to sue any party that caused you harm in this mishap.
It usually takes 4 to 6 weeks to receive a refund check