There is nothing more aggravating than paying insurance premiums year after year and then having your claim denied when you finally need your insurer to be there for you. Sadly, this is a situation that happens a lot. But that doesn’t mean it should be tolerated.
State law in Delaware requires insurance companies to meet their end of the bargain in good faith, which means they have to have a good reason supported by the law in order to deny claims. They also have to put forth a good faith effort to look into claims instead of just denying them.
If you believe that your insurance company acted in bad faith by denying your claim or undervaluing your insurance claim, you may still be able to get the compensation that you are entitled to with the help of our firm.
Insurance companies have their own best interests in mind and will often do everything in their power to limit their payouts, even to their own policyholders.
Our firm takes a stand against insurance companies who act in bad faith because we know how important it is for people to be covered when the worst happens — such as an accident, fire, flood or medical event.
Determining whether your insurance company acted in bad faith often requires combing through the fine print of your policy, which can be very intimidating to the general public, but is something that our firm excels at.
We not only handle bad-faith auto insurance claims stemming from accidents, we also handle homeowners’ insurance claims as well as medical insurance claims.
You don’t need to take on your insurance company by yourself; you can have our experienced attorneys by your side. We have taken on most of the country’s largest insurers, and in many cases, won.