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How long can it typically take to receive a settlement from an auto accident? Is it possible to receive a pre-settlement?

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Hello,

yes, it is possible to receive a pre-settlement.

Every Insurance company in the United States is required by law to either reject a claim, or make a reasonable settlement offer within 60 days of notice of the claim.

On property damage to a vehicle this is pretty cut and dry and no attorney is needed.

Most attorneys will not even accept an auto accident case unless their is a personal injury claim. A property damage only claim makes no income for an attorney.

Take care.

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