Insurance Policy Disputes
Generally speaking, an insurance dispute is a disagreement with your insurance company over how much they owe you for your claim or whether your claim is covered by your policy. An insurance dispute can also occur between you and the insurance company for a person or company that has caused you damage or loss. Such disputes can occur with virtually any type of personal or commercial insurance policy, such as Automobile Insurance, which includes Uninsured /Underinsured coverage; Motorcycle, Marine, and Homeowners Policies; Personal Umbrella or Excess Policies; Commercial Property, Casualty and Liability Insurance Policies.
Often disputes occur over Life Insurance proceeds or Health Insurance benefits, claims or coverage. Insurance policies are usually very difficult to navigate and hard understand. Therefore, many people just accept what their insurance company pays or says is not covered at all. Insurance companies are not always right. If you believe or suspect that your insurance company or someone else’s insurance company is wrongfully denying your claim or improperly valuing your claim, please call us. At Englander Fischer, we have lawyers with the knowledge and experience with personal and business insurance issues ready to obtain the benefits due to you.
There is no charge for a consultation to review your insurance coverage dispute, and we invite you to call us if you have questions and encourage you to make an appointment to review your individual circumstances. In many cases, if your insurance company has wrongfully denied your claim or denied proper benefits due under your policy, we can also recover the costs and attorneys’ fees incurred in obtaining coverage or benefits from the insurance company.
For more information about the Firm’s Insurance Dispute practice area, please contact us to get in touch with an attorney.