In the event of an injury or property damage caused by a third party, it is important to know what kind of protection your insurance policy affords you. Insurance claim law in Sweetwater is designed to protect you as a policyholder if your insurer refuses to pay for damages that are not covered by your policy.
The following are some examples of when you might have legal recourse against an insurance company:
The insurer wrongfully denies your claim and will not pay even though they promised they would do so in the contract.
The insurer refuses to pay for medical bills that are directly related to your injuries.
The insurer refuses to pay for pain and suffering damages that were promised as part of the settlement agreement.
If any of these scenarios apply to you, it is time to contact an attorney who can help you get what you deserve from your insurance company.
The lawyers at Lawyer Connection are experienced in helping clients with Bad faith insurance.
Bad faith insurance is when an insurance company takes advantage of its insureds, or causes them harm intentionally. This can include denying coverage, intentionally delaying payments, or harassing the insured into making a claim.