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Our Experienced Team Provides Years Of Courtroom Experience To Those Who Are Victims Of An Insurance Company Disputes Claim.

Following a loss or severe accident, individuals and families must adjust to these unforeseen circumstances. Insurance companies will often deny claims that you are entitled to. When this happens you can bring a lawsuit against the insurance company for what is known as “Insurance Company Disputes”.

While these hardships act as roadblocks for personal progression, don’t allow these situations to deter you. Our team will work closely alongside you as a means of righting these wrongs.

At the Law Office of Brock Duke, we have an experienced team of attorneys who provide years of courtroom experience to those families and individuals who are victims of an insurance company disputes claim.

We fully acknowledge the difficulties of these kinds of situations. Insurance dispute attorneys can assist you with the issues of medical bills, loss of employment, disability, and many other difficult situations.

Insurance Company Disputes Claims

People pay their insurance premiums faithfully every month. In some cases, the laws require people to carry insurance (i.e. Car Insurance). It is unacceptable when the insurance company does not live up to their end of the bargain. When the insurance company refuses to live up to their end of the bargain, they must be punished. Some common examples of insurance company disputes are:
  • Violation of Terms of the Contract
  • Unreasonable Delay in Processing Claims
  • Failure to Pay the Full Settlement
  • Cancellation of the Policy in Violation of the Contract
  • Unfair Denial of Insurance Claims
  • Failure to perform a fair, thorough, and timely investigation of Insurance Claims
  • Denying insurance claims without a good faith reason
  • Denying insurance claims without evidence that supports denial according to the insurance policy

If you or a loved one has suffered at the hands of an insurance company, call us. We can help recover damages on your behalf including but not limited to compensation for medical bills, pain and suffering, inability to work, lost work, and wrongful death.