The purpose of purchasing insurance is to know that someone has your back
financially during extreme and unexpected times of hardship. This notion
applies to both individual insurance and insurance used by
business owners. But just how the homeowner can get shorted thousands of coverage after a
hurricane blows the roof off their house, a business owner can be left alone and
Business insurance bad faith is a very real problem for business owners
across the country. Their livelihood, and more or less their lives, are
their companies. To some extent, the physical building that their companies
are housed within are more important than their own private residences.
If an insurance provider is not willing to step up to the plate and provide
fair coverage after a disaster, or even after someone has sued your business
for an onsite injury, you could stand to lose literally everything you have.
Most business insurance coverage plans should provide monetary relief in
the event of:
- Water damage
- Theft and vandalism
- Hail (including coverage for business vehicles)
- Personal injury claims
Containing the Repercussions
When your insurance provider wrongly lets you down, the shockwaves can
be felt throughout your business. The immediate affect could be a huge
portion of your savings gone right out the window, making the future uncertain.
As months go by, the damage to your property or your reputation in the
event of a lawsuit, could spell reduced profits and, ultimately, business failure.
The first thing you should do to protect yourself and your business is
retain the services of a trustworthy Houston insurance claims attorney.
At Dick Law Firm, PLLC, we do nothing but handle insurance bad faith and
related claims for the people of Texas, and we do it well. We have years
of experience on our side and a long list of appreciative
client testimonials to speak for us. Come see what we can do – just call