Web Site Insurance Discussion

When you purchase an insurance policy, you are entering into a contract to protect yourself against the unexpected things in life. You commit to pay the premium for the insurance policy, and the insurance company commits to pay you the benefits that are spelled out in your policy, whether it is property insurance that protects you from loss due to fire or natural disasters, life insurance that protects your family from loss of income caused by an unexpected death, or health insurance that protects you against medical bills that could wipe you out in the event of an accident. Most of the time, things go as you would expect and there is not a problem with the insurance company. Sometimes, however, insurance companies to not live up to the promises and the commitments they have made in their insurance policies. The insurance company may unreasonably deny, delay or condition the payment of benefits that they are legally obligated to pay under the policy, especially given how complex and detailed most insurance policies are. When that happens, you need someone with the experience to cut through the red tape and make sure your claim is handled properly and that you are fairly compensated.

If you are dealing with an insurance company that is not fully and fairly investigating your claim, is refusing to settle a case against you, is making a settlement offer that does not fully and fairly compensate you for your losses, unreasonably delays payment of insurance benefits that are owed, is asserting sham defenses or interpretations to deny coverage or benefits, or otherwise not honoring its contractual commitment to provide the benefits they promised, then you need an experienced attorney on your side to protect your rights and make sure the insurance company deals with you fairly. At King Law Firm, P.C., we have been fighting insurance companies for our clients for decades, and we know the tricks insurance companies use to deny, delay or defend legitimate claims. Give us a call at 605-332- 4000 to schedule an appointment with one of our attorneys and make sure you receive the insurance benefits that are owed to you, whether you are fighting your own insurance company or a company representing someone else who has caused an accident.