Standing Up For Ordinary People
We are not intimidated by corporate insurance giants and their attorneys. Day in and day out, we take a stand on behalf of innocent people who have been victimized, not huge corporations. Your insurance provider already has a legal team ready to try and keep your disability benefits from you. Get someone on your side. We’re in the business of helping real people, like you. It’s a responsibility we take seriously.
Call us at 800-654-2799 or fill out the form on this page to talk to an attorney about your situation.
Examples of Unfair Practices
Here are some of the most common examples of insurance actions that can violate the law:
- Failing to promptly and completely investigate a claim
- Delaying payment unreasonably
- Denying benefits on a legitimate claim
- Unreasonably interpreting policy terms and language
- Refusing to reimburse you for your entire loss under a legitimate claim
- Failing to provide a clear explanation for denying a claim
- Failing to tell policyholders of all benefits available to them
- Making it too difficult or exhaustive to provide adequate documentation
These are among several reasons that can be successfully challenged in court.
Why You Should Speak With an Attorney
Chances are you’ve never been involved in a lawsuit. Maybe you’ve never spoken with a lawyer or seen the inside of a courtroom. You’re probably overwhelmed with medical bills and paperwork.
But don’t be afraid. If our lawyers represent you, their job is to take away some of your burden and seek to restore what your insurer unfairly denied you. They will guide you through the legal process and make it as painless as possible. Filing a lawsuit against an insurance company that unfairly denies benefits to protect its bottom line sends a clear message that policyholders will not stand for such behavior.
We know you didn’t want to end up in this situation. But contacting our office is the first step toward making it better. Call us at 800-654-2799 or fill out the form on this page. Case evaluations are always free, and there is no obligation on your part.