What To Do If Your Insurance Claim Is Denied

What To Do If Your Insurance Claim Is Denied

If you routinely make timely payments on your insurance premiums, it can come as quite a shock if the company decides to deny your claim. With so many huge bills to pay after a car accident, you are probably thinking, “What should I do next?”

We rely on insurance companies to be there for us in times of need. In the event they fall short, you have legal options that our experienced attorneys can help walk you through to find out the best route to take next.

How a Denied Claim Happens

There are several reasons why an insurance company might try to scrape by denying your claim. The company might say that your crash was avoidable or try to put more fault on you than you deserve. They may also try to avoid paying for medical expenses by stating that your injuries sustained were pre-existing or that the crash was not the reason for your incurred damages.

Your Next Steps

The first thing you should do is contact one of our experienced insurance bad faith attorneys. We can help review your claim, prepare documents and photo evidence that supports your case, and then draft a letter on your behalf to the insurance company to appeal your decision. When you allow us to handle the details for you, you maximize the chance of getting the compensation you deserve.

Our team at Gaddis, Herd, Craw & Adams, P.C. has an excellent reputation for fighting back against insurance companies when they try to avoid their contractual obligations to you. Unfortunately, insurance companies wrongfully deny claims far too often. Our experienced team will offer you a free consultation to aid in your understanding of your legal options. Let us hear from you, and we will go from there.

We want to help. Contact the team at Gaddis, Herd, Craw & Adams, P.C. by calling to discuss the details of your case.

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