I would only go to an attorney as a last resort, as an attorney will not work for free. Unless you havea potentially huge claim, I doubt it would be worthit. If you are dealing with a reputable insurance company, they should be reasonable if you are. If youcan get an estimate on how much it would cost to repair your vehicle, and it is close to what they aregoing to give you for it anyway, you shouldn't have aproblem. If you are not making a nuisance of yourselfwith ridiculous medical claims, they will probably behappy to give you some "pain and suffering" money toclose out the claim. And, as you said, they will re-imburse you for reasonable loss of use (i.e. rental car)charges. Good Luck!!
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