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About First Party Insurance Claims

Insurance policies are legal agreements between individuals and insurance companies. In this arrangement, the insured party agrees to make regular premium payments to the insurance company, which, in turn, assumes the responsibility of shouldering the financial burden in the event of a covered occurrence. This fundamental principle forms the core of insurance policies. In the face of a natural disaster, it’s vital to have a strategy that helps you and your family recover from the aftermath of a hurricane, tornado, hail or any catastrophic event. One common approach is to obtain an insurance policy that can facilitate your recuperation, such as first-party insurance.

First-party insurance entails a policy where the insured individual, known as the first party, receives financial protection from their insurer, referred to as the second party. The primary objective of this type of coverage is to provide support in cases of unexpected accidents, serious injuries, or natural disasters.

When insurance claims are unjustly denied, delayed, or underpaid, it is within your rights to seek legal recourse. Engaging the services of a lawyer empowers you to actively ensure that your insurance company adheres to the necessary standards. With legal counsel by your side, an insurance company will face a formidable challenge when attempting to justify their denial or delayed payment of your claim.


About First-Party Insurance Lawsuits

After a disaster, you may suffer property damage to your business or residential properties.  Once you assess and report the property damage to your insurance company, that company has a responsibility to handle claims quickly, accurately, and ethically; what’s commonly known as “good faith.” While this occurs most of the time, some insurance companies, in an effort to save money, act in bad faith. In the aftermath of a natural disaster, there is a significant burden to reduce costs and save money, which can often lead to unfair treatment from insurance companies. This is particularly prevalent when insurance companies are faced with an overwhelming number of claims to fulfill due to large scale disasters. However, if you find yourself in a situation where your insurance company unjustly denies a valid claim or fails to provide a reasonable settlement, you have the right to seek justice through a bad-faith insurance lawsuit.

Bad Faith Insurance Practices Can Include:

  • Misrepresenting policy details

  • Inadequate claim investigating

  • Delaying response to claim(s)

  • Underpaying claims

  • Denying claims

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If you or someone you love has experienced bad faith practices from an insurance company after filing a claim, fill out the form above and get your free claim analysis today!

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