Houston Insurance Bad Faith Attorney
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Insurance policies are essentially a contract. As a policyholder, you have
an obligation to make monthly, timely payments, and your insurer is expected
to honor the terms of the policy. When insurance companies fail to settle
a claim in a timely manner or handle your claim in a dishonest manner,
then this is known as insurance bad faith. If you believe that you are
a victim of bad faith insurance, then it is important that you discuss
your claim with a Houston insurance bad faith lawyer.
What are some examples of an insurer handling a claim in bad faith?
- Unnecessarily delaying a valid claim
Denying a claim without providing an explanation
- Neglecting or refusing to investigate a claim
- Misrepresenting or misleading a policyholder about his or her coverage
- Paying a policyholder less than what he or she is owed
- Forcing you to sign a release form prior to full payment
Think you have a bad faith insurance claim? Call (844) HIRE-A-DICK for a
In many cases, you'll know if you have a bad faith insurance claim
on your hands if you are having difficulty settling a claim. Our lead
attorney at Dick Law Firm, PLLC, Eric Dick, can analyze the details of
your case to determine whether or not your insurance adjustor has acted
in bad faith. We can help you hold the insurance company liable for the
adjustor's actions and represent you in pursuing legal damages. At
our firm, we are passionate about making sure insurance companies keep
its promises to policyholders.
Ask Our Houston Insurance Bad Faith Lawyer About Your Rights
You have rights as a policyholder, and it is our role to inform you of
your rights and to protect them. We are ready to put our legal savvy and
insider knowledge of insurance claims to work for you. Insurance companies
have lawyers protecting them - and so should you. Get a smart, strategic,
and creative attorney on your side to fight back against unscrupulous insurers.
Give our office a call
at (844) HIRE-A-DICK to discuss your case.