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What to do if your insurer denies your claim

You faithfully pay your insurance premium for years with the expectation that, if the time comes, your insurer will have your back when you need it. Unfortunately, this does not always happen.

Many people are left high-and-dry by insurance companies that put making a profit over treating their customers fairly.

If this has happened to you after suffering property damage to your home, vehicle or business, then you need an advocate on your side.

How a lawyer can help get you what you deserve

Insurance companies are in the business of making money. One way they do this by trying to deny or undervalue claims in many cases. Even when customers know they are not being treated fairly, they often feel like there is little they can do against a huge company with a team of lawyers.

But there is something customers can do. They can get their own legal advocate who will demand that they are treated fairly and by the terms of their contract.

Not just any lawyer will do. If you have been wronged by an insurance company, you need a lawyer who has experience handling bad-faith insurance claims and knows how to beat the insurance company's strategies.

The bottom line is that you do not have to accept a denied or undervalued claim, and you do not have to take on the insurance company alone.

The process of resolving insurance claim disputes

As you may have guessed, most insurance claim disputes hinge on interpreting the insurance policy that was in place at the time the personal or business property was damaged. This requires an in-depth knowledge of insurance property law.

Sometimes going to court is required, while other times the issue can be resolved through negotiations. Keep reading for more information on settling property insurance claims.

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