Microsoft CRM


Offer superior customer service and increase capacity to handle requests, without adding employees. Microsoft CRM Customer Service helps your service representatives track customer requests, manage support issues from initial contact through successful resolution, and provide customers with the consistent, efficient service that ensures satisfaction.

Help ensure efficient customer service processes
Assign, manage, and resolve support incidents successfully with automated routing, queuing, and escalation of service requests, along with case management, communications tracking, and auto-response e-mail.

Understand customer needs
Microsoft CRM includes reports that let you identify common support issues, evaluate customer needs, track processes, and measure service performance.

Share information more easily
Identify top customers and prioritize service needs with a complete view of accounts, including sales and order information as well as support information.

Create a shared knowledge base of support information
Resolve support issues accurately and efficiently using a searchable, shared knowledge base of KB articles.

Customize and scale
Configure user interfaces and workflow processes, customize the solution to fit your business, and scale the installation to meet changing needs.

Integrate with Microsoft Business Solutions
Eliminate redundant data entry and streamline business processes through integration with Microsoft Business Solutions Financial Management.

Microsoft CRM Customer Service

  • Case management: Create, assign, and manage customer service requests from initial contact through resolution, as well as manage communications and other activities.
  • Service requests: Automatically associate incoming support inquiries with the appropriate case.
  • Queuing: Send cases to a waiting area—the queue—where they can be easily accessed by individuals and teams.
  • Routing and workflow: Route service requests automatically to the appropriate representative or teams for resolution, escalation, or reassignment.
  • Searchable knowledge base: Resolve common support issues quickly by using a searchable knowledge base that contains relevant articles. Built-in review processes help ensure that published information is complete, correct, and properly tagged for search.
  • Contract management:Create and maintain service contracts within Microsoft CRM to help ensure accurate billing for support incidents. Each time a support case is resolved, relevant contract information is updated automatically.
  • E-mail management (includes auto-response e-mail): Maintain accurate customer-related communications records with automated tracking of customer e-mail messages. Generate and send auto-response e-mail to customer requests.
  • Product catalog: Work with a full-featured product catalog that includes support for complex pricing levels, units of measure, discounts, and pricing options. 
    Reports: Use comprehensive reporting tools to help identify common support issues, evaluate customer needs, track service processes, and measure service performance.
  • Integration with Microsoft Business Solutions Financials: Microsoft CRM integrates easily with Microsoft Business Solutions Financial Management. Key data mapping includes accounts, contacts, product catalog, orders, and price lists.


Microsoft CRM from Business Microvar is designed to meet budget and support needs for mid-market businesses. Delivery and implementation through certified Microsoft Business Solutions partners include hands-on assistance with setup and maintenance processes, along with comprehensive training and support resources.

Microsoft CRM Customization

Designed for maximum flexibility and low total cost of ownership, Microsoft CRM adapts easily and affordably to meet business and industry-specific needs for mid-market companies.

Get maximum flexibility and low costs of ownership
Mold Microsoft CRM to meet specific organizational and industry needs—but do it easily and affordably, with efficient customization processes that reduce costs and ensure high return on investment.

Automate existing business processes
Easily configurable workflow rules free employees from time-consuming administrative tasks and increase efficiency and accuracy for sales and service processes.

Capture and view the exact data you need
Quickly tailor forms to capture the data you need to close sales and offer consistent customer service, and provide employees the right view of critical customer information.

Customize without limits
Working with flexible .NET technologies and comprehensive tools, developers can enhance existing functionality, build customized vertical solutions, create integrations with third-party applications, and extend the solution to Web services platforms.

Implement customizations easily and rapidly 
Because Microsoft CRM is browser-based, customizations can be published to the entire system in a single upload, with no need to reconfigure individual desktops or laptops.

Upgrade customizations smoothly
Microsoft CRM customizations carry forward with upgrades, reducing the burden on IT resources, minimizing maintenance costs, and ensuring uninterrupted productivity.

Microsoft CRM Customization
Without touching database code, your administrator or channel partner can quickly and easily modify Microsoft CRM to meet needs specific to your organization and industry.

Tailor forms and views

  • Easily add new fields to the Microsoft CRM database schema to fit the data needs of a specific industry or business.
  • Quickly customize virtually any form within Microsoft CRM—accounts, contacts, opportunities, cases, orders, and more—so that you capture and manage the exact data you need to increase sales and service effectiveness.
  • Modify information views across the solution so that users can see critical information at a glance and sort data across records according to specific business needs.
  • Create custom templates for mail merge, e-mail, knowledge base articles, and quotes, helping ensure systematic content management and consistent customer messaging.

Modify business management settings

  • Use flexible default settings to mirror your business model by mapping organizational structures, including departmental, management, and team structures.
  • Ensure information is protected, yet accessible, by selecting from a wide range of user roles and access rights, or modify or create roles that fit unique needs.

Automate business processes

  • Set up and modify rules that automate business processes, including leads routing and notifications, opportunity and pipeline management, case management, and data transfer to other applications.
  • Use workflow rules or build sales methodologies to automate stages in the selling process and establish milestones for assessing sales activity.
  • Create customized e-mails and set up specific rules for automatic order fulfillment notification, leads and opportunity follow-ups, service requests follow-ups, and more.

Advanced customizations
Microsoft CRM offers a rich environment for advanced customizations, including open application programming interfaces (APIs), a comprehensive Software Development Kit (SDK), and Microsoft BizTalk Server 2002 Partners Edition.

  • Build customized integrations with third-party business solutions, using BizTalk Server technologies.
  • Extend the solution to Web services—for example, automatically perform credit checks whenever new opportunities are created in Microsoft CRM.
  • Enhance Microsoft CRM functionality to fit specific verticals and industries, or build new applications on top of the Microsoft CRM platform.

Microsoft CRM is designed to meet budget and support needs for mid-market businesses. Delivery and implementation through certified Microsoft Business Solutions partners include hands-on assistance with setup and maintenance processes, along with comprehensive training and support resources.

Microsoft CRM Integration

Ensure consistency of data across teams and departments, streamline processes, and empower employees with a complete, accurate view of customer information. Built using Microsoft® .NET technologies, Microsoft CRM ensures low total cost of ownership and high return on investment through powerful, customizable integration functionality.

View complete customer information
Integrated Sales and Customer Service modules let employees view, update and share information across teams and departments.

Streamline processes
Free employees from time-consuming data entry and increase efficiency for sales and customer service processes.

Integrate business systems
Connect customer information and streamline business processes across the organization: Microsoft CRM integrates easily with Microsoft Business Solutions ERM applications.

Work on location
Powerful Microsoft Outlook® integration lets salespeople work with sales functionality both online and offline.

Create customized integrations
Working with flexible .NET technologies and powerful integration tools, developers can integrate Microsoft CRM functionality with third-party applications and Web services.

Increase productivity, reduce cost of ownership

Sales and Customer Service modules

  • Sales and Customer Service modules are completely integrated, empowering employees to work collaboratively, and ensuring that customer information updates automatically across sales and service departments.
  • Salespeople can view customer service information that might affect sales processes for an opportunity or customer.
  • Customer service representatives can view complete account information, including sales and orders, to help them identify top customers and evaluate specific customer needs.
  • Sales and service employees can view, share, and update information with individuals and across team departments.

Microsoft CRM Sales for Outlook

  • Salespeople can access Microsoft CRM from Microsoft Outlook, and work online or offline with access to sales functionality.
  • Microsoft CRM e-mail, contacts, appointments, and tasks are integrated with Outlook.
  • With offline access to sales functionality, salespeople can work on the road with up-to-date information for Accounts, Contacts, Opportunities, Leads, Activities, Sales Literature, Competitors, Quotes, Products, and more.
  • If a salesperson makes changes to data while working offline in Outlookfor example, updating a quote for a customerthe new information will synchronize with the Microsoft CRM server the next time they go online.

Other Microsoft Office Integration

  • Integration with Microsoft Word Mail Merge lets users import Microsoft CRM data into Word and easily create and print communications to prospects, customers, employees, and partners.
  • Microsoft CRM data and reports can be exported to Microsoft Excel for sorting and analysis.

Microsoft Business Solutions

  • Microsoft CRM integrates easily with Microsoft Business Solutions ERM applications.
  • Integration functionality includes key data mapping for accounts, contacts, product catalog, orders, and prices.
  • Customer information integrates bi-directionally, with account and contact information in Microsoft CRM mapping to customer fields in Microsoft Business Solutions applications.

Third-Party Applications and Web Services

  • The first business solution built from the ground up using Microsoft .NET technologies, Microsoft CRM can be integrated with business and financial systems regardless of platform or programming language.
  • Microsoft CRM ships with Microsoft BizTalk® Server 2002 Partner Edition, including tools and documentation for creating customized integrations with third-party applications and Web services.
  • Working with open application programming interfaces (APIs) and a comprehensive Software Developer Kit (SDK), developers can incorporate Microsoft CRM functionality into custom solutions developed in Microsoft Visual Studio® .NET.

What sort of customer service functionality does Microsoft CRM offer?

The Customer Service Module helps customer service representatives deliver stronger, more consistent and efficient support, with the following features:

  • Case management: Create and assign cases for customer service requests and manage those cases from creation to resolution.
  • Activity management: View and update calendar, workload, and records.
  • Routing and queuing: Use workflow rules to automatically route service requests and cases to appropriate resources for resolution or reassignment.
  • Searchable knowledgebase: Easily create and update a library of articles and FAQs.
  • Contracts: Create, update, and manage contracts.
  • E-Mail auto-response: Use customizable templates and send automated responses to customer requests.

How does Microsoft CRM integrate with Microsoft Office? 
The Sales and Customer Service Modules are integrated with Microsoft Office 2000 and Office XP applications, supporting full sales functionality both online and offline from Microsoft Outlook, e-mail templates and Mail Merge with Microsoft Word, and data export to Microsoft Excel.

Does Microsoft CRM integrate with Microsoft Business Solutions?
Microsoft CRM integrates with Microsoft Business Solutions Great Plains 7.0 and Microsoft Business Solutions Solomon IV 5.0. Integration of key data includes: Contacts, accounts, contracts, products, price lists, orders, contracts, and more. Data mapping can be customized using Microsoft BizTalk Server tools and services that ship with Microsoft CRM.

Does Microsoft CRM integrate with non-Microsoft applications?
Yes. Your Microsoft Business Solutions partner can help you customize your Microsoft CRM solution for integration with third-party applications, using open Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) and Microsoft BizTalk Server tools and services.

How is Microsoft CRM implemented and supported? 
Microsoft CRM is designed for rapid implementation, with centralized server-side installation that ensures faster deployment, easier maintenance, and more straightforward upgrades.

Because Microsoft CRM is delivered, implemented and supported through highly trained Microsoft Business Solutions partners, youll have hands-on assistance with the setup and maintenance process.

We need a solution that salespeople can use with Microsoft Outlook and that they can also access from the Web.
Microsoft CRM offers both a rich client (accessible through Microsoft Outlook) and a thin client (accessible from anywhere through a Web browser). Users can work either online or offline to access sales functionality from Outlook. This means that they can pull up accounts, contacts, products, sales literature, activities, and opportunities, as well as synchronize Microsoft CRM contacts, appointments, tasks, and e-mails with Outlook.

My salespeople hate being controlled by complex, time-consuming data entry requirements of our current contact management software. Is Microsoft CRM easier for them to use?
Using Microsoft CRM virtually eliminates redundant data entry. Centralized information storage and viewing let users easily share, manage and update information across the Sales and Customer Service modules and across other business applications and systems.

Can Microsoft CRM help me with turnover among my customer service representatives?
Microsoft CRM makes it easy for your business to provide consistent, effective service and increase volume capacity without adding headcount. Service employees can easily view, share, and update customer and product information, ensuring efficient, up-to-date sales and service. Automated routing and queuing of support requests ensures that customer service representatives can assist customers efficiently from initial contact through resolution.

We need a solution that not only helps us acquire customers, but also keep them. Can Microsoft CRM help?
Microsoft CRM helps your business improve customer acquisition and retention. With a complete view of customer information, your sales team can track customers and new leads through the sales cycle and easily update records, while service representatives will find it easy to track and manage support incidents from initial contact to resolution. Microsoft CRM also ensures more efficient and consistent sales and service processes, with customizable workflow rules that let you create and automate processes for sales, support, routing, and notificationsso responses are always timely, and customer requests never fall through the cracks.”

We need to accurately forecast business activity. What reporting capabilities does Microsoft CRM offer?
Microsoft CRM includes a comprehensive set of reporting tools for measuring business activity and forecasting sales. You can run and view reports for sales activity and quotas, closed and pending orders, support incident management and resolution, closed and pending orders, financial summaries, and more.

The robust reporting capability of Microsoft CRM will help you identify the opportunities, trends, and problems that guide your business decision making processes. You also can easily export Microsoft CRM report data to other applications, such as Microsoft Excel.

Where will Microsoft CRM be available?
Microsoft CRM is available through Business Microvar. Contact us for more information.

What are the system requirements?
Microsoft CRM requires Microsoft Windows 2000 or Windows XP Operating Systems running Microsoft Office 2000 or Office XP, Microsoft SQL 2000 server, and Microsoft Exchange 2000 server. For Web access, users need Internet Explorer 6.0 on their desktop computer.

Is Microsoft CRM hosted or on-premises? 
Microsoft CRM will be available on-premises or through hosted offerings provided by our channel partners.

How is Microsoft CRM different from Microsoft bCentral Customer Manager?
Microsoft CRM is designed for mid-market businesses, offers full sales and customer service functionality both offline, through Outlook, and online, and integrates richly with other financial and business systems. Microsoft bCentral Customer Manager is designed for small businesses with fewer than 25 employees and offers leads management available only through the Web.

What if we’re not in a position to invest time and money training our sales team to use a new solution?
Microsoft CRM offers the same logical user interface and intuitive work tools that your sales and support staff is already familiar with for Microsoft Office and Microsoft Outlook. Implementation includes online tutorials and 24-hour Web-based support from Microsoft, so training costs associated with upgrading to Microsoft CRM are minimal.

Can we customize Microsoft CRM to suit our specific needs? 
Microsoft CRM can be tailored to meet your business needs, processes, and environment. Youll be able to import existing data from multiple sources, integrate with new or existing solutions, and scale the installation as your business changes and grows.

When will Microsoft CRM be available and will you be releasing any international versions?
Microsoft CRM is scheduled for release in English in the United States and Canada by the end of 2004 and scheduled to be released during the third quarter of 2004 in additional languages, including International English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Dutch, and Danish.

What are the implications of Microsoft CRM being a .NET business application?
The first business application built from the ground up on Microsoft. Net technologies, Microsoft CRM delivers tremendous business value through easy integration with Microsoft Office, Microsoft Business Solutions applications, third party applications, and Web services. In addition, the flexible .NET architecture gives users the choice of working online or offline in Microsoft Outlook or directly through a Web browser.

Microsoft CRM Q&A

What is Microsoft CRM?
Microsoft CRM is a comprehensive CRM solution that helps mid-market businesses increase sales success, provide superior customer service, accurately forecast sales, and analyze business performance.

Accessible from both Microsoft Outlook and the Web, Microsoft CRM offers a flexible, scaleable architecture that integrates easily with Microsoft Office, Microsoft Business Solutions, third-party applications, and your businesss customer-facing Web site.

What sort of sales management functionality does Microsoft CRM offer?
The Sales Module supports your sales team at every stage of the sales cycle, from leads and opportunities management to fulfillment and invoicing:

  • Complete customer view and activity management: View and manage account activity, customer history, calendar, and communications including phone, fax, and e-mail.
  • Outlook synchronization: Access full sales functionality either online and offline from Outlook.
  • Reports: Use or customize a wide range of reports to forecast sales, measure business activity, and identify trends.
  • Opportunity management: Qualify leads and track opportunities separately from customers through the sales cycle.
  • Workflow rules: Use or customize automated business processes for leads routing, opportunity tracking, and pipeline management.
  • Information sharing: Centralized data storage and integration capabilities make it easy to access, update, and share consistent, current information across teams and departments.
  • Order management: Automatically update orders with product catalogues, quotes, and invoices.
  • Quotas: Measure sales against individual employee goals. 
    Direct e-mail: Customize templates and use Mail Merge from Microsoft Word to send e-mail to targeted groups.
  • Sales library: Create and maintain a searchable library of sales and marketing literature.

Microsoft CRM Sales Force Automation

Accessible from Microsoft Outlook and the Web, Microsoft CRM Sales helps sales people manage leads and opportunities, measure and forecast sales activity, efficiently track customer communications, and automate stages in the sales process—helping ensure a shorter cycle, higher close rates, and improved customer retention.

Increase Sales Success
Shorten the sales cycle and improve close rates with leads and opportunity management, customizable workflow rules for automated sales processes, quote creation, and order management.

Understand Customer Needs
Comprehensive reports let you forecast sales, measure business activity and performance, track sales and service success, and identify trends, problems, and opportunities.

View Complete Customer Information
Microsoft CRM offers a centralized, customizable view of sales and support activity and customer history.

Work From Microsoft Outlook or the Web
Access full sales functionality online or offline with Microsoft Outlook, or work from any location using a Web browser.

Share Information
View, update, and share sales and customer service information across teams and departments.

Integrate Powerfully
Integrate with Microsoft Office, Microsoft Business Solutions Financial Management and other business systems.

Microsoft CRM Sales

  • Microsoft Outlook Integration: Work online or offline using Microsoft Outlook, with access to accounts, opportunities, products, quotes, orders, sales literature, and more. Microsoft CRM contacts, appointments, tasks and e-mail capabilities are integrated with Outlook.
  • Complete Customer View: View and manage customer account activity and history, including: contact information, communications, open quotes, pending orders, invoices, credit limits, and payment history.
  • Lead Routing and Management: Track information on prospective customers, then qualify and assign inquiries. Leads can be automatically routed to the correct salespeople or teams.
  • Opportunity Management: Convert qualified leads easily to opportunities without data re-entry and then track opportunities throughout the sales cycle.
  • Sales Process Management: Initiate, track, and close sales consistently and efficiently with workflow rules that automate stages in the selling process.
  • Product Catalog: Work with a full-featured product catalog that includes support for complex pricing levels, units of measure, discounts, and pricing options.
  • Order Management: Quotas, Orders and Invoices: Create and convert quotes to orders, then modify and save orders until they are ready to be submitted. If a financial application is integrated, invoices for orders are published automatically into Microsoft CRM from that system.
  • Quotas: Use customizable quotas to measure employee sales performance against goals. As opportunities are closed in Microsoft CRM, they are credited against the assigned quota.
  • Territory Management: Create territories for salespeople, enabling them to manage and evaluate territory-based sales processes with workflow rules and reports.
  • Reports: View, sort, and filter a wide range of reports to identify trends, measure and forecast sales activity, track sales processes, and evaluate business performance.
  • Sales Literature: Create, manage, and distribute a searchable library of sales and marketing materials, including brochures, white papers, and competitor information.
  • Competitor Tracking: Maintain detailed information on competitors in a library and associate that information with opportunities and sales literature. Reporting functionality tracks competitor activity by product, region, or other criteria.
  • Workflow: Automate leads routing, notifications, and escalations. Workflow rules also make it easy to generate and send auto-response e-mail to customer requests.
  • Correspondence and Mail Merge: Use customizable templates to create and send e-mail to targeted prospects and customers. Print communication materials can be created and sent using Microsoft Word Mail Merge.
  • Integration with Microsoft Business Solutions: Microsoft CRM integrates easily with Microsoft Business Financial Management, including key data mapping for accounts, contacts, product catalog, orders, and price lists.

Microsoft CRM is designed to meet budget and support needs for mid-market businesses. Delivery and implementation through certified Microsoft Business Solutions partners include hands-on assistance with setup and maintenance processes, along with comprehensive training and support resources.

Separate Your Business From The Competition

The landscape of business has changed over the last 5 to 20 years. Just being aggressive doesn’t cut it anymore. Sales skills alone aren’t enough. You’ve got to distinguish your business from the competition and lead prospects to say, “I would have to be an absolute fool to do business with anyone else buy you…regardless of price.”

Advantage: Innovators & Sales Systems

This situation leaves a huge competitive advantage for companies who know how to build a better business…and who know how to integrate marketing throughout their sales system. This seminar will give you a step-by-step guide to help you innovate your company and communicate so that prospects WANT to listen to you. They’ll come to you for solutions and answers to problems. You’ll become the obvious choice to do business with.

Build Your Case Like An Attorney Would

Your business is on trial. Your customers and prospects are the jury. You’re the attorney. And it’s a life or death sentence. What will you say that will convince them to buy from you? What kind of evidence can you produce to PROVE beyond any reasonable doubt that they’d be a fool not to buy from you? You’ll learn in this system, step-by-step, how to build your case. You’ll learn how to create over 20 kinds of irrefutable evidence that will allow you to win every time.

Franchise Your Sales System

Once you’ve created your case, you’ll need to consistently and cost-effectively “deluge” your target market with your messages. You’ve got to cultivate the entire market so that when they become ready to buy, you will be the obvious choice in their mind. If you need more help marketing your business, be sure to contact top seo agency for lawyers.

In this seminar, you’ll learn how to set up that kind of a proven system. You (or an individual sales person) will be able to work 5 times more leads, spend 75% of your time closing business, and always have as many leads as you want or need. You’ll create a “faucet of profit”. Hot or cold, fast or slow…it’s up to you.

Medical Malpractice and Levitra

Levitra has been known to cause minor side effects such as dizziness, flushing, headaches, heartburn and upset stomach. However, some people have reported experiencing the far more serious problem of vision loss after taking the medication. This is obviously upsetting for patients who had not been warned that this was a potential side effect of the drug.

An attorney in Jefferson Parish sought treatment from a physician for excessive nighttime urination and periodic erectile dysfunction. The doctor prescribed Levitra for the man Feb. 15, 2010. The following day, the patient was surprised and terrified to learn that he had suffered total vision loss in both eyes after ingesting the medication.

Prior to losing his vision, the patient was a licensed attorney who practiced in Louisiana. After losing his vision, he has been unable to practice law.

The man and his wife have filed a lawsuit against the company that manufactures the drug, Bayer AG, Glaxosmithkline PLC, Merck & Co. f/k/a Schering-Plough Corp., and the doctor who prescribed the medication in the Jefferson Parish District Court. The case was removed to the federal court in New Orleans in mid-March of this year.

In the complaint, the plaintiffs argued that the physician was negligent for prescribing this particular drug when he knew the patient had a history of high blood pressure, high cholesterol and elevated blood sugar. The drug manufacturer, they said, failed to warn consumers of the risk of vision loss or impairment. The medication is defective and unreasonably dangerous as a result of design defects and insufficient testing, they asserted.

The plaintiffs are pursuing damages for physical pain and suffering, mental anguish, fear, worry, concern, emotional distress, loss of enjoyment of life, loss of consortium, medical expenses, interest, court costs and economic losses, including the loss of the ability to engage in the man’s trained profession. They are also seeking punitive damages with the help of top medical malpractice lawyers in Philadelphia.

18-Wheeler and Train Accident

The train, which had 65 passengers and a crew of 13, was headed for Atlanta, then New York City. The severe impact of the accident caused passengers inside the train to fall backwards. Fortunately, there were no fatalities in this serious accident. However, five people were injured in the crash. Among the injured were three passengers, the truck driver and the train engineer. They were taken to local hospitals to be treated for their injuries.

According to officials, the 18-wheeler was attempting to cross the train tracks and head into a factory. A stop sign is located before the train tracks, and apparently the truck did not stop, even though the Amtrak train was oncoming. The driver of the truck told the Assistant Police Chief that he did not see the train coming.

The Amtrak train hit the rear end of the flatbed trailer on the 18-wheeler. This caused the truck cab to turn and hit the 11-car train. The truck was transporting the metal shell of an armored personnel vehicle (APV) to the factory, which builds APVs. The impact of the accident launched the APV into the air, and it landed on its roof approximately 100 feet away from the scene of the accident.

The front three cars of the train were derailed upon impact. An electrical fire in the locomotive was stopped by local firefighters. To make matters worse, the train’s 2,000-gallon fuel tank was leaking diesel fuel. In order to prevent more severe consequences from the accident, emergency crews worked diligently to spray the train with flame retardant in order to prevent a potential fire from an explosion. In addition, several truckloads of sand were deposited surrounding the locomotive in order to prevent the spreading of the diesel.

Firefighters, police, state troopers, and sheriff’s deputies all worked together to clear the wreckage. The road was closed for the rest of the day and special equipment was brought in to help remove the derailed train cars off of the damaged track. Crews then began to lay down new track so that other trains could pass. The tracks were closed for approximately 14 hours. Shreveport DWI lawyers will continue to investigate the cause of the accident. wrongful termination lawyers in denver are always ready and willing to handle these types of cases.

Following The Rules of The Road

It is always the rules of the road that apply to the driver of a vehicle, including the determination of liability for the occurrence of an accident.

Nevertheless, it is important to know that insurers have signed agreements with one another to speed up the settlement of claims. Therefore, if the responsibilities are clearly established, and the companies concerned adhere to the same agreement, the insurer can very quickly estimate the rights of his insured and have his damages assessed for compensation.

Indeed, pre-established scales allow companies and auto accident attorneys to decide on the part of everyone in all circumstances. These scales are essentially based on the Highway Code and case law (court decisions) while ignoring certain rules to simplify their application.

Thus, the decision taken by the insurer in the application of the scale most often coincides with the solution dictated by the application of the law. However, there are cases where the solutions differ and the insurer must then ensure that only the rules of the Highway Code are applied to the insured, even if the conventional scale says the opposite. The Stein Law Group understands these cases and every aspect of auto accidents.