Is Your Insurance Company Giving You the Runaround?

Is Your Insurance Company Giving You the Runaround?

When you first purchase homeowners' insurance, you establish an agreement with your insurance company. You agree to pay the insurance premiums and in return, your insurance company agrees to reimburse you for covered property damage, and defend you against third party claims.

If your policy includes coverage against water leaks that lead to a mold problem, your insurance company should cover the cost of the mold repairs. If someone is injured on your property and sues you, your insurance company should defend you. That is what you agreed on, wasn't it? Yes, but what if your insurance company rejects your valid claim?

If your insurance company is denying your claim or is not compensating for damages, you could use legal remedies to get what you need. Under "Bad Faith Insurance Law," the following instances constitute as acting in bad faith:

Bad faith insurance lawyers can effectively resolve delayed or denied insurance claims. Insurance lawyers can handle disputes with your insurance company and to help get you the compensation you are entitled to, along with possible punitive damages. If you are having bad faith issues with your insurance company, Attorney Search Network can refer you to a bad faith lawyer today.

If you have any questions about the information provided above, please contact Attorney Search Network.

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