Fighting Insurance Companies
We carry insurance to protect ourselves from many different types of financial loss and liability. Some common types of policies include homeowner’s, automobile, business, professional liability, medical, life and disability insurance.
Your insurance policy is a contract that promises to cover losses and expenses in case of damage, destruction, liability and loss. Unfortunately, the circumstances that necessitate making an insurance claim involve sudden, unexpected occurrences or natural disasters that result in the need for immediate repair or replacement of the damaged property. Disputes between insurance companies and policy holders based on the terms of their written contract are far too common. Insurance companies are big businesses with large legal departments and specially trained personnel; challenging a huge financial institution may be futile for the average consumer.
Insurance policy holders often feel angry and bewildered when they believe they have paid for benefits under their insurance policy and their insurance company refuses to provide reasonable compensation for the damages. The insurance company may be attempting to avoid paying the full value of the claim or a legitimate dispute may exist between you and the insurance company over the terms of the contract or the nature of the damages. If you feel that you are entitled to benefits and compensation from your insurance company call The Louis Law Firm for a consultation. We will review your policy and help you to understand the terms of the contract and decide if the loss is covered by the insurance. We will contact your insurance company and attempt to negotiate a fair and expeditious settlement to compensate you for the loss. In some cases, the insurance company may be responsible for paying your legal fees as well as reimbursing you for the replacement and repair of your property if you prevail in your dispute.
Contact The Louis Law Firm today at (407) 603-6044 or Toll-Free: (855) 900-2-LAW or (855) 900-2529 for a consultation if you feel that your insurance carrier has not properly compensated you following a claim.