Insurance policy holders pay their premiums on time every month under the impression that if they need to file a claim, the insurance company will uphold its end of the contract and pay the claim without any issues.
Unfortunately, because insurance companies are in business to make a profit, this does not always happen. Disputes can arise when an insurance company denies a seemingly valid claim or offers a settlement significantly lower than a claim is worth.
If you believe your claim has been wrongfully denied, delayed or minimized, the Las Vegas insurance lawyers at Henness & Haight can help you recover the compensation you are entitled. We have decades of experience successfully fighting insurance companies on behalf of our clients.
Reasons for Denying a Claim
We know that insurance providers are solely committed to ensuring their best interests, which is why we work to ensure the best interests of our clients.
As previous insurance defense lawyers, the Las Vegas insurance lawyers at Henness & Haight are familiar with the tricks and tactics insurance companies will use to deny, delay or minimize your claim. They will often manipulate the language within your policy to serve their purposes. They may claim:
- Your injuries are not covered in the policy
- You failed to pay a premium on time
- You are attempting to misrepresent your injuries or claim
With decades of experience, we will review your policy to determine if your claim is in fact valid and if you should receive fair compensation. We have a strong record of success handling all types of insurance claim disputes, including:
- Auto insurance
- Underinsured and uninsured motorist coverage
- Homeowner’s insurance
- Health insurance
- Disability insurance
- Life insurance
- Workers’ compensation insurance
- Unfair handling of claims
- Bad faith claims
- Fire damage
If you believe your insurance company is treating your claim unfairly, contact our Las Vegas insurance lawyers for a free claim review and help getting the compensation you deserve.
Acting in Bad Faith
An insurance provider may have acted in bad faith if it failed to uphold any of the contractual obligations set forth in your policy. This can include failing to provide the listed coverage, engaging in unfair practices when writing or selling the claim, or failing to make required payments.
At Henness & Haight, we believe that when an insurance company acts unfairly toward a policy holder or fails to uphold their legal obligations, they should be held liable for their actions. That is why our bad faith insurance lawyers are committed to fighting for the rights of our clients.
Your Las Vegas Insurance Lawyers
Our dedicated Las Vegas insurance lawyers understand the frustration that comes with filing a claim with your insurer only to be faced with an unnecessarily complex process that seems to only work in favor of the insurance provider.
Our attorneys seek to level the playing field so that innocent policyholders can stand strong against large insurance companies with unlimited resources. We have a commitment to providing our clients with the highest quality legal representation that will help ensure they receive the full amount of compensation they are entitled.
No matter what excuse the insurance company has given about why they cannot fulfill your claim, our Las Vegas insurance lawyers can cut through the red tape and represent your best interests at the negotiating table. We know what it takes to win these types of cases and are prepared to utilize our full resources to help you recover the maximum amount of compensation you deserve.
Schedule a Free Consultation
At Henness & Haight we are committed to helping people rebuild their lives after a traumatic injury or irreparable damage to the vehicle, home or business. We work directly with the insurance company to represent your best interests so you can focus on recovery and putting your life back together.
If your believe your claim has been wrongfully denied, delayed or minimized, do not hesitate to contact our Las Vegas insurance lawyers for help getting the full amount of compensation you are owed.
Schedule a free, no obligation consultation today. We only work on a contingency fee basis, which means you do not owe us anything unless your claim is successful.