If you’re due an insurance payment and your insurance company is refusing to pay, don’t delay; consult insurance coverage attorneys from Kelley•Semmel, LLP. Your insurance company has probably used unclear, ambiguous language to write your policy, and as a result, you might not be entirely sure what you’re entitled to. Our insurance claim attorneys know everything there is to know about insurance coverage law. They can decipher your insurance company’s jargon, to pin them down to paying you the benefits you have every right to receive.
We seek to maximize the benefits for our clients of their insurance coverage, as well as the coverage carried by other parties. Our insurance claim attorneys regularly analyze and litigate complex insurance coverage issues, with a particular focus on defense and coverage obligations.
Your insurance company might try to make you think you’re not entitled to a benefits payment. Insurance coverage law matched with a qualified litigator will force them to keep the promises they made when you signed your policy. Your insurance company has a responsibility to pay your benefits.
If you’ve paid your insurance premiums, your insurance company must pay your valid claim, and bad faith insurance claim litigation will remind them of their responsibilities. Call Kelley•Semmel, LLP without delay to speak to our insurance claim attorneys about your case.