Pursuing Your Rights In Insurance Claims
When you purchase insurance, whether it be medical insurance, flood insurance or car insurance, you expect to receive adequate protection in exchange for your hard-earned money. As long as you pay your insurance bill, you know you have backup when something goes wrong. But what happens when the insurance company doesn’t back you up?
Customers of insurance companies discover quite often that insurance providers are not as supportive as they could be. Insurance companies exist – above all – to make a profit. If they feel like they can get away without paying on a claim, they often will. Many accident and disaster victims have found this fact out the hard way.
In Beaumont and surrounding areas of Southeast Texas, insurance policyholders can turn to me and my team at Renick Law Firm, PLLC, to make things right in the face of insurance company obstruction.
House Fire Claims
House fires can quickly destroy a home beyond repair. Even a small fire can ruin everything in the immediate vicinity. Even if your things do not burn, they can be damaged by smoke. And if a sprinkler system goes off or if the fire department arrives, you will be dealing with water damage as well.
You would think that your insurer would be quick to pay for the damage from a house fire, but this is not always the case. You may be left without assistance, trying to figure out how to go on with your life after such a devastating accident. I am experienced at dealing with house fire claims and know how to make the insurer pay you what you deserve.
Southeast Texas is often right in the track of hurricanes coming out of the gulf. The wind and water damage hurricanes bring can leave your home in a shambles, if there is any home remaining after the storm. You may have insurance to cover you in the event of a hurricane, but that does not mean the insurer will pay you what you should be paid. I have helped numerous clients resolve hurricane-related insurance disputes in their favor and want to do the same for you.
Bad weather can do a great deal of damage to your home even if the weather is not classified as a hurricane. Unfortunately, your insurer may try to wiggle out of its obligation to pay your claim, even if it technically should. I can help you make sure you get the financial assistance you should be getting.
Insurance Agent Negligence
It is not always the broader insurance company holding things up. If your own insurance agent has acted negligently, I can help you hold them accountable and get the compensation you deserve for your damages.
Put A Proven Lawyer On Your Side
Bad faith from insurance companies is unacceptable. If you are having trouble getting your insurance company to give you your payment, call 409-904-0653 now for a free consultation or email me.
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