And often, they get away with it. Many people are not even aware that insurance payouts can be negotiated. Of course, few insurance companies are willing to negotiate with someone who isn’t an attorney, because they know they don’t have to.
If you believe you are not receiving what you deserve for your insurance claim, you may be right. The best thing to do is consult with an attorney.
Contact one of the insurance claims lawyers at Patton, Nix, & Young today to schedule a free consultation. We’ll help you seek compensation to cover all of your expenses from a personal injury case.
When you are injured in a car accident, the pain and suffering you experience are not the only losses you face. Medical bills, car repairs, and other expenses can quickly pile up, leaving you feeling desperate.
If you haven’t received enough compensation to cover your medical expenses and other financial needs, our car insurance lawyers can help you with your insurance dispute.
When a loved one passes, the funeral expenses, probate attorney fees, and other costs can become overwhelming. Not to mention, a spouse’s life insurance policy typically offers a large payment that the surviving spouse can use to make up for the lost income that the deceased spouse no longer contributes to the family.
If you’ve been denied a life insurance claim or received less money from your life insurance benefits than you believe you are owed, our life insurance lawyers can advise you on your next steps.
Home insurance claims are used to repair your home or restore your belongings in the case of:
Occasionally, an insurance company may deny your claim. Sometimes a denial is within the scope of the contract. Other times, the insurance company is simply unwilling to pay what you are owed.
Don’t try to fight your home insurance company alone. Let our home insurance lawyers help you seek recovery for your full damages so that you can cover all of your home-related expenses.
When an insurance company unjustly denies a claim or takes far too long to approve it, they are said to have acted in bad faith. Not every denial is bad faith, however. If an event falls outside the boundaries set by the contract, the denial may be justified. However, if you have reason to suspect an insurance company to have acted in bad faith, you have the right to consult a legal counsel about your claim.
Contact the bad faith insurance lawyers at the Patton, Nix, & Young Law Firm to discuss your case at no cost to you.