Why Would a Property Insurance Claim Be Litigated?
At The Morgan Law Group P.A., our Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi, California, and Puerto Rico insurance claims attorneys know that home, condo, and business owners do not file insurance claims expecting resistance from their providers.
However, our clients are often met with delayed and undervalued responses, or outright denials from their insurance companies, even though they were certain their damages were covered in their policies.
That is why we are here.
For some, their insurance claims can be re-evaluated by the insurance companies with our help. That includes providing a third-party assessment of the damages, and an outline of what their insurance policy covers. In short, we say with legal authority, “This is what is damaged, and what is covered in the policy. Honor the coverage.” This approach typically happens outside of the courtroom. In other cases, some property damage insurance claims may require litigation.
What Types of Property Damage Insurance Claims Go to Court?
Typically, when our insurance claims attorneys take a client’s case, we can produce results outside of the courtroom using our legal experience, skills, and resources that demand results.
However, there are times when litigation may be necessary.
That may include, but is not limited to, when your insurance company is acting in bad faith.
Bad faith insurance practices can be easily recognized when any of the following occurs after you file an insurance claim, and it is:
- Denied outright without a valid explanation.
- Not investigated properly, promptly, or outright refused.
- Intentionally misrepresented in the terms of your coverage.
- Prolonged unnecessarily before reaching a settlement.
- Knowingly offered at less than what your policy covers.
Our insurance claims attorneys have extensive experience defending policyholders who are entitled to the coverage they have paid for to ensure their policies remain effective.
Contact The Morgan Law Group P.A. Today to Discuss Your Insurance Claim
If you believe your insurance company is acting in bad faith, contact our experienced insurance claims attorneys in Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi, California, or Puerto Rico by calling 888-904-2524 to schedule a free consultation and learn how we can help you pursue the outcome you deserve from your insurance policy without further delay.