It’s in the best interest of your insurance company to get you to accept the first offer. However often this offer does not cover the length of your injuries, especially if the seriousness grows over time or if you didn’t seek medical attention immediately. If your insurance company acted in bad faith and didn’t meet their contractual obligations by underpaying your claim you may be eligible to recover compensation.
The best way to understand your case is by speaking to a bad faith insurance lawyer. Our bad faith insurance lawyers have decades of experience helping insurance victims. Contact us today for a free consultation.
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It’s hard to know on your own if your insurance claim was underpaid – especially if it’s the first time you’ve had to use your car insurance, home insurance, or other type. However, there can be some warning signs that your claim was potentially undervalued by the insurance company, and therefore you did not receive the appropriate payment. A few things to look out for include:
In many cases, an insurance company counts on you wanting to leave your accident behind quickly. To really be able to move on, you must be fairly compensated. Whether it be your vehicle, your home, or beyond, insurance is there to protect you and help you put your life back together. If you feel like your insurance company underpaid your claim and acted in bad faith you should:
After an accident, you may be ready to move on. But if you’ve experienced severe injuries and long-lasting property damage, it’s important that you receive the help you need from your insurance company. If you feel like your claim was underpaid, contact a lawyer today. Not every underpayment is the result of bad faith on the part of your insurance company.
At Regan Zambri Long PLLC, our bad faith insurance lawyers have decades of experience handling these cases and going to battle with large insurance companies on behalf of our clients. Contact us today for a free consultation.