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Insurance Coverage Disputes

You pay your premiums on time and have been a loyal customer for years. In return for this loyalty, your insurance company promises to be on your side when disaster strikes. Yet in the aftermath of an accident, your insurance company is nowhere to be seen. Even worse, when you do submit a claim, your claim is inexplicably denied. Sound familiar?

Unfortunately, millions of Americans experience insurance coverage disputes each and every year. These disputes range from unfair denials to delayed payments and can cause unnecessary financial strain for personal injury victims or damaged businesses. If your insurance company has rejected your claim or if you have been unfairly denied coverage, you need an experienced Florida commercial litigation law firm on your side to help fight the large insurance companies and obtain the compensation you are entitled to.

Insurance Companies: Protecting Their Interests— NOT Yours

Your insurance company is supposed to act in your best interest and uphold their end of the insurance contract. Unfortunately, this is not usually the case. Insurance companies are a business—and their number one priority is their bottom line. As such, they encourage insurance adjusters to delay and deny coverage—even when claims are valid.

Some issues that result in litigation include:

  • Denying valid insurance claims
  • Refusing to answer or return phone calls
  • Repeatedly losing necessary paperwork
  • Sending claimants out for unnecessary medical tests
  • Dragging out claims processes or delaying payments
  • Targeting high cost claims as basis for denial
  • Canceling insurance policies after a claim is made
  • Offering low-ball settlements
  • Ignoring medical information that is vital to a claim
  • Failing to investigate a claim appropriately
  • Failing to defend against a third party claim
  • And more

Insurance coverage disputes are often complicated and require a law firm with the experience and resources necessary to take the large insurance companies to trial. Your attorney will need to review your insurance policy, investigate the circumstances surrounding your insurance coverage dispute, and prepare a case that is designed to expose any wrongdoing by your insurance company.

At Kelley/Uustal, our commercial litigation lawyers understand the various tactics insurance companies use to delay and deny claims unfairly. We have successfully taken those large insurance companies to trial—and won. Our lawyers have experience negotiating and litigating claim denial issues involving:

  • Homeowner’s insurance
  • Health insurance
  • Business/CGL insurance
  • Life insurance
  • Auto insurance
  • Umbrella insurance
  • Excess Liability insurance

Commercial Contingency Law Firm

The commercial contingency lawyers at Kelley/Uustal have the resources necessary to succeed in even the most complex insurance coverage disputes. If your insurance coverage dispute ends up in court, as many often do, you can rest assured knowing that you are being represented by successful trial attorneys, who have the skills and experience needed to win the tough courtroom battles against even the largest insurance companies.

We believe in justice for all—and we don’t believe that finances (or lack thereof) should prohibit you from seeking justice. That’s why we offer all our commercial litigation services on a contingency basis. This means that we don’t receive a dime—unless we settle your case. It’s that simple.

If you are in need of a commercial litigation attorney, contact us at Kelley/Uustal or call us at 954-715-4511. We are here to answer all your questions, protect you, and help you pursue justice.

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