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When insurance companies deny damage claims

It can be very frustrating when your California business or home has been damaged and your commercial or homeowners insurance company is refusing to pay either a portion of your claim or the entire amount. Even when the type of damage that your property suffered is listed in your policy, your insurance company may still attempt to deny payment for it.

Insurance companies may attempt to interpret the language contained in your policy in a manner that is confusing in order to avoid payment. You will need to be able to effectively argue for different interpretations in court while giving legal support and evidence for your arguments.

There are a variety of different natural disasters that may damage your property and that may result in your insurance company trying to avoid paying you what you were rightfully owed. Your home may have been damaged by wind, fire, a house fire, an earthquake, hail, ash or smoke.

At our law firm, we understand the tactics insurance companies might use when they try to wrongly avoid paying the claims of their policyholders. We are experienced with helping our clients litigate a variety of different damages claims. Because insurance companies want to minimize their losses, they may use underhanded strategies to try to deny or dispute rightful claims. Using our knowledge of the law, we are often able to help our clients with recovering the amounts they are owed, sometimes without needing to head to court. If we are not able to reach a settlement with the insurance company, we are willing to argue the matter through trial for our clients. If you would like more information about your property damage and recovering from your own insurance company, you might want to review our coverage disputes page.

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