Need Help With An Insurance Dispute?
Get Help from Experienced Litigation Lawyers in Miami
Most people assume that their insurance companies are there to help them,
unaware that there is an unspoken self-interest for them not to pay claims.
Whether an insurance company changes an amount due on a bill, offers an
amount smaller than expected on a claim, or simply does not offer any
support, there are numerous ways they may try to avoid paying a customer.
Do not fall victim to “bad faith” insurance during a time
when you need help more than anything. If you feel you are getting shorted,
contact us today at
Grounds for Disputing an Insurance Claim
Refuting an offer given by your insurance company is not unheard of, and
it is certainly possible to win a case with professional help. We have
years of experience dealing with insurance disputes that allow us to catch
common ways that insurance companies may violate policies and regulations,
Misrepresentation of a policy: If your insurance company has not upheld the specifics of your policy correctly,
or if they have changed it without your notice, they have committed a
Denial without reason: If inadequate reasoning behind denying your claim was given, or if proper
evidence for denial is lacking, your insurance company may have violated
Inadequate response time: One of the most common ways to dispute an insurance claim arises out of
a slow response time from the company, who has an obligation to acknowledge
and begin processing any claims within a reasonable timeframe, typically 15 days.
Take Action Now – Contact Cohen Law for Free Consult
If you’re in the greater Miami area and feel that you have reason
to dispute a decision made by your insurance company – whether it
is automotive, life, or any other coverage – you need help from
a trained professional with nearly a decade of experience. We will dedicate
our time to finding any and all faults your insurance company may have
made, all with the utmost level of professionalism.
free consultation now or call 866-COHEN CELL to take the first step in settling your dispute.