Whether your claim arises from an accident, or injuries or a death suffered from a defective product or harmful medicine, or if you are a victim of malpractice or other wrongful conduct, or had an insurance company deny you the insurance payment you are entitled to, you are nearly always dealing with an insurance company on the other side. That’s why you can benefit from having Advocate Law Group on your side.
If you feel that your life insurance claim was unjustly denied, you do have options. While it is sometimes possible to negotiate a settlement on your own with the insurance company, this may lead to a much lower payout than you deserve, if you get anything at all. The details of settling a life insurance claim can overwhelm anyone, particularly someone who is grieving a loved one. The life insurance attorneys at Advocate Law Group can be a valuable asset in navigating the process and leveling the playing field.
Insurance laws and policies are regulated individually by each state that may require drivers to carry a minimum amount of insurance. Some states and insurance companies may require that any disputes must be arbitrated instead of, or before, filing a lawsuit.
Most insurance policies require you to provide your carrier with a Notice of Loss after an accident. In many cases, this is a form that you must complete that provides details of the accident. It is best to contact your carrier as soon as possible after an accident to find out what must be done to start the process. If you wait too long, they may deny coverage.
Insurance companies don’t operate the same they did 25 years ago when there was one claim file and one adjuster that handled the matter from beginning to end. Today, there could be several claim files – many of them electronic – and several adjusters located in different parts of the country. That’s why experts say that it’s more important than ever to start your own claim file.
Auto insurance policies consist of many types of coverage – some are required and others are voluntary. Here’s a brief look at first vs. third party coverage, liability, collision, comprehensive, uninsured, underinsured, supplemental and medical payments insurance.