When you sign up for insurance, you’re really signing a contract. That contract says your insurance company agrees to provide payment or other services under certain circumstances; in exchange, you agree to pay your premiums on time.
Sometimes, insurance companies do not hold up their end of the bargain. They develop excuses to avoid paying, undervalue your claim, or unreasonably delay payment on a claim that is valid. This is called insurance bad faith, and if you’re a victim, you have the right to sue your insurance company for the money they are contractually obligated to pay you.
Gage Mathers understands that insurance companies are in business to make money, not to help you, and some are willing to commit fraud to do it.
Adjustors and their supervisors might conspire to deny that you have coverage, suggest you are making a false or fraudulent claim, cancel your policy without reason, pay less than your claim is worth, or force you through a series of obstacles. Unfortunately, this is especially common among auto insurers and health insurers.
Because Gage Mathers has represented so many catastrophically injured clients, our attorneys have substantial experience dealing with stubborn insurance companies. We can help you if your insurance company is playing tricks.