What Can I Do If My Insurance Company Won't Pay My Claim?
Wrongful Conduct Such As When An Insurance Company Is Engaging In Improper Undervaluing of a Claim Deserves Strong Advocacy In Response. Professional Insurance Knowledge Including Skilled Advocacy May Uncover Options and Possibilities That Push An Insurance Company Into Reconsidering a Coverage Position.
Similar Questions About Undervaluing of a Claim Cases Include:
- How Do I Win a Lawsuit Against An Insurance Company That Undervalues a Claim?
- Who Will Likely Win When An Insurer Is Sued for Undervaluing of a Claim?
- How Does a Person Win If An Insurance Company Undervalues a Claim Case?
- Is It Possible to Sue An Insurer That Undervalues a Claim?
- How Can an Insured Fight Undervaluing of a Claim By An Insurance Company?
Providing Guidance Involving Review and Advice Including Advocacy on Various Insurance Matters
A legal fight against an insurance company requires special knowledge to help balance the playing field whereas an insurance company will have a large complement of personnel with understanding of the insurance guidelines, laws, regulations, and rules, in addition to the legal process and almost endlessly deep pockets. These strengths create a David v. Goliath type situation just when the insured person needs help the most!
Example Cases Include:
Wrongful Coverage Denial
Involves insurance policy interpretation concerns.
Insurance Broker Errors & Omissions
Involves mistakes by professional insurance advisors.
Wrongful Coverage Valuation
Involves improper depreciation and other calculations.
Involves accusations of providing false information.
Undue Delays Within Claim Process
Involves slowly progressing or excessive investigation.
Fraudulent Conduct Allegations
Involves accusations of false or exaggerated claims.
You May Need Professional Insurance Law Representation If:
- Your insurance company wrongfully denied a claim;
- Your insurance company undervalued your claim;
- Your insurance company delayed your claim in bad faith;
- Your insurance broker failed to fully review your coverage needs;
- Your insurance broker failed to arrange coverage resulting in an uninsured loss; or
- Your premiums or deductibles unjustly increased.
Even in situations where all is being well looked after by insurance coverage, assistance in reviewing the final settlement release documents may be available before signing-off of further claim rights.
Assistance may also be available in providing Commissioner of Oaths services to commission sworn declarations including the Proof of Loss documents that finalize the claims process.
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