My Insurance Company Is Not Paying What It Should Under The Coverage That I Purchased

You have insurance. You thought you were covered. But then you suffered a loss and your insurance company refused to pay under the full coverage you thought you had purchased. Maybe you suffered a loss at your home, but your insurance company offered less than the coverage you bought. Maybe you were told that the coverages you bought "don't apply" or are otherwise excluded. What's going on? And what are you supposed to do now? Before you do anything else, it's important to speak with a lawyer who can evaluate your situation, determine what your insurance is supposed to cover and help you get the full compensation you bought.

When Insurance Companies Don't Pay

When you pay premiums to an insurance company, it's natural to believe that the coverage you've purchased is what you will receive if you get into an accident or otherwise suffer a loss. Unfortunately, this isn't always what happens. Insurance companies are businesses and as such, they have a foundational interest in the bottom line. That means they won't be eager to pay you the full value of your claim if they don't think they have to. This is why it's so important to get an attorney on your side who has experience handling insurance disputes, including bad faith claims. While it may feel like you are, you're not powerless against the attempts of your insurance company to deny paying you what you deserve.

Find Out How We Can Help

If your insurance company has left you drifting in the wind, we can bring you back to earth. Call a bad faith insurance claims lawyer at our Huntington law firm, Duffield, Lovejoy, Stemple & Boggs, Attorneys at Law, to schedule your free initial consultation at 304-521-4572, or connect with us electronically.