There is a difference between fault in an accident and causation of injuries.  It sounds like the insurance company is arguing the latter.

When you are hurt in an accident and file an injury claim, the insurance company of the at-fault driver will start to do some digging.  The insurer will most likely go through your medical records and accident history to see if there is any information that can be used against you.  If you have a past injury or accident, the insurance company might attempt to argue that your injuries have more to do with that history, than the current car accident.

For a free evaluation regarding your case, contact an experienced San Bernardino car accident attorney at Steinberg Injury Lawyers.  You can reach our office by calling (800) 989-6385.

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Peter Steinberg
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Los Angeles Personal Injury Attorney Since 1982