Insurance Law Litigation
Insurance is designed to protect individuals from exorbitant losses that can be incurred due to serious injury, death, or property damage. Insured individuals may pay monthly or yearly premiums for auto, health, life, and various other types of insurance. In the event of an accident, the insurance company is required to meet the terms of the insured's contract and pay for valid claims.
Insurance law holds insurance companies responsible for paying claims in accordance with holders' contracts and covering the costs of medical and other legitimate expenses in a timely manner.
Unfortunately, some legitimate claims are denied so that insurance companies can increase their profits. If you believe your insurance company failed to meet the terms of your contract, speak to an insurance law attorney as soon as possible to find out whether you have a case.
Common Insurance Law Case Types
- Insurance bad faith claims
- HMO negligence claims
- Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) claims
- Supplemental Security Income (SSI) claims
- Medicare claims
- Medicaid claims
Consult an Insurance Law Attorney
If you feel that you have a legitimate insurance claim that was denied by your provider, it is important that you discuss your prospective case with a qualified attorney as soon as possible. An experienced insurance law lawyer can review your case to determine whether you are eligible to recover monetary damages. Contact an insurance attorney today.