What Can You Do If Insurance Doesn’t Pay or Denies Your Claim
Insurance companies are, most often, for-profit businesses that have a bottom line to protect. They don’t make money when they pay out claims, and they will do anything they can to avoid it. Even when the policy includes the appropriate coverage, many people simply take the insurance company at its word when their claim is denied. This is exactly what the insurance company is hoping they will do.
If you have filed what you believe to be a legitimate claim with your insurance company and the claim has been denied, don’t feel as though you have no further say in the matter. You have the right to challenge the denial. Getting a denial overturned can be extremely difficult, however, and it is important that you have strong representation from a reliable Michigan attorney.
Protecting Your Interests Following A Denied Insurance Claim
When an insurance company fails to fulfill its obligations under your policy, it can create grounds for a bad faith insurance claim. Many people are hesitant to take action against their insurance companies for fear of having their policies canceled. The law specifically prohibits this type of retaliation.
At the Law Offices of John G. McNally, P.C., we understand that it can be uncomfortable to sue your own insurance company. We have successfully represented countless clients in a variety of bad faith insurance claims. We have a complete understanding of the law in these matters, and we know the most effective approach to protecting your interests. From filing the initial claim through any necessary litigation, we will be there with you from start to finish.
Talk to a Trenton, Michigan lawyer regarding your bad faith claim, call today at (734) 676-3210