Do you think your insurance company is acting unfairly or dishonestly?

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What Constitutes a Bad Faith Insurance Claim?

Putting Profit over the Policyholder.

Insurance companies have a duty to conduct business honestly, fairly and in good faith. Simply put, the insurance company can’t look for ways to cut corners or cheat you out of full and just compensation for the losses covered under your insurance policy.

We are experienced insurance bad faith lawyers.

If you believe your insurance company is dishonest or has acted unfairly concerning your property damage claim, it’s imperative that you contact McDonald Law Firm as soon as possible. Our insurance lawyers have exceptional knowledge and experience in the field of disaster relief insurance and a proven record of success. We will hold your insurance company accountable and fight to obtain the settlement to which you are entitled. We can help you put your life and business back together.

Call today to schedule a free, no-obligation insurance claim review: 877-803-2897

Is it bad faith?

Bad faith comes in many forms. In short, an insurance company cannot:

Wrongfully deny your valid claim.

Offer you an unreasonable, low-ball settlement.

Fail to tell you pertinent information.

Misrepresent the terms of your policy.

Misrepresent the advantages or benefits of your policy.

Alter the terms of your policy.

Fail to properly investigate your claim.

Fail to investigate your claim in a timely manner.

Intentionally avoid you or fail to return calls or emails.

Intentionally stall or delay payment of your valid claim.

Our Approach to Insurance Bad Faith Claims

When dealing with your commercial or residential property insurance claim, we understand that getting your life and business back to normal as quickly as possible is important. However, your property insurance claim is serious business and should be handled as such in order to achieve the maximum amount of recovery you are rightfully owed.

We’ll fight for the maximum compensation owed to you under the terms of your insurance policy.

There are occasions when your insurance company handles your claim in a manner that constitutes “bad faith.” Your insurance company owes you the duty to treat you fairly and in good faith. 

Your property insurance policy is probably over 100 pages long. It has endorsements, exclusions, limitations, what-ifs, maybe-sos and probably nots. It is specifically designed to limit the money you would be due in the event of a loss. McDonald Law Firm will provide you with aggressive representation and dedication to fight to get your property insurance claim resolved and your life back on track. 

 

Has your insurance company been dishonest or acted unfairly?

If you feel that you’ve been treated unfairly by your insurance carrier, we may be able to help. Contact us today at 877-803-2897 for a free, no-obligation consultation to discuss your situation and learn about potential legal options.

We only get paid if you win.

We’ll handle your case on contingency, which means you never owe us any out-of-pocket fees or expenses. We only get paid if we recovery money for you.

We hold insurance companies responsible for bad faith behavior.

Let our experienced insurance lawyers help you protect your home or business and fight for what is rightfully owed to you.  Call us today at 877-803-2897 for a free, no-obligation insurance claim review to assess your situation and review your potential legal options. 

Let’s talk.

Call: 877-803-2897
Text: 817-203-0260

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