Insurance Fraud - Bad Faith

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You work hard for your money and pay insurance premiums so if an unforeseen event occurs, the devastation will be manageable and you will not lose everything you spent your whole life earning and saving.

When disaster does strike, you are thankful that you have insurance to cover the majority of your loss. However, what do you do when your insurance company appears to be more foe than friend? How do you respond when they attempt to deny your claim, fail to return your calls, or seem to perpetually place you in a legal quagmire designed to prevent paying you for as long as possible until you are willing to settle for pennies on the dollar because of legal expenses and necessities?

We fight to protect your rights, including your right to payment on your legitimate claim. If your insurance company turned down your claim or is stating that they only owe you a fraction of your loss, then you should have an experienced consumer protection attorney, who is familiar with insurance policies, bad faith claims, and insurance fraud, examine your policy.

Centrally located in Chicago and Oak Brook, Illinois, our consumer rights lawyers have decades of experience handling insurance claims and addressing insurance fraud and bad faith issues by insurance carriers. If you have been substantially harmed by insurance fraud or an insurance company's bad faith handling of your claim, we would be happy to review your policy and advise you of your options.

For a free confidential consultation and evaluation, please call us toll free at 1 (877) 990-4990, or fill out our intake form on our Contact Us page.

Remember, insurance adjusters and insurance companies are not looking out for your best interests. Even though you are the one paying the premium, the company answers to stockholders, who seek profits. Profits earned from collecting as much in premiums as possible and paying out as little in claims as possible.

Insurance adjusters are paid by the insurance company to pay you as little as possible. Although they may appear to be your friend, and profess to have your interest in heart, make no mistake, they work for the insurance company, not you. Contact us today for more information about your rights.

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