Insurance Bad Faith Claims

Insurance Bad Faith Claims Lawyer

Insurance claims should be simple, and you should not need the help of an attorney to collect the money that the insurance company promised to pay when you purchased your policy. Unfortunately, the insurance companies know that they can avoid paying or pay far less than they should by denying, reducing or delaying claims in bad faith, and enough of their customers will let them get away with it to make the illegal practice profitable. If you believe that your insurance company is trying to cheat you, talk to bad faith insurance claims attorney Fred J. Fleming today.

You pay an exorbitant amount of your hard-earned cash to the insurance companies on the off chance that something terrible will happen. When it does, instead of paying your claim fairly and quickly, they make you fight tooth and nail to make them honor their part of the agreement.

Insurance companies have all of the advantages. Consumers and businesses are required by law to carry certain insurance policies, and other aspects of life make insurance necessary. You are forced to do business with them. The insurance companies have teams of in-house lawyers helping them devise schemes to deny and reduce claims, and defending against legitimate claims.

You need an experienced and dedicated bad faith insurance attorney on your side to level the playing field, so that you have a fighting chance at collecting the money that the insurance company owes you.

Examples of bad faith insurance practices include:

  • Denying a valid claim
  • Denying some, but not all, of the benefits you should receive
  • Unreasonable interpretation of policy language
  • Offering less money than your claim is worth
  • Delaying investigation of a claim
  • Delaying payment
  • Unreasonable policy cancellation

If your insurance claim has been denied, reduced, or delayed, or if your policy has been unreasonably cancelled, please call our insurance bad faith claims attorney at 1-800-882-5500 or contact us online. The initial consultation with bad faith claims attorney Fred J. Fleming is free of charge, and if we agree to handle your case, in most cases we will work on a contingency fee basis, which means we get paid for our services only if there is a monetary recovery of funds. In many cases, a personal injury lawsuit must be filed before an applicable expiration date, known as a statute of limitations. Please call right away to ensure that you do not waive your right to possible compensation.