How to Hold Insurance Companies Accountable
Insurance companies are supposed to be there for people when things get tough. Unfortunately, they are often reluctant to give people the relief they need because they are more interested in their profits. Therefore, how can people hold insurance companies accountable to their claimants?
File a Lawsuit to Hold Insurance Companies Accountable
If an insurance company is offering a lowball settlement, taking a long time to send a settlement, or flat-out denies a claim, the only thing to do is file a lawsuit. A lawsuit typically states that the insurance company is acting in bad faith in some way.
When an insurance company acts in bad faith, it means it is not following the stipulations put forth in a contract. Therefore, a lawsuit will make an argument that the company failed to uphold its end of the bargain.
Additionally, a lawsuit can suggest that an insurance company acted wilfully to harm the claimant. If this is successful, the claimant may recover damages from being harmed.
Unfortunately, most people don’t know how to make a lawsuit against an insurance company. That’s where we come in!
Need Help Making a Lawsuit?
If you or a loved one is mistreated by an insurance company, Strems Law Firm can help. Our bad faith insurance attorneys know how to hold companies accountable for the way they’ve hurt you.
Our firm can help people in several insurance situations like bad faith homeowner’s insurance, hurricane and windstorm damage,theft and vandalism claims, and more. The best part about representation through Strems Law Firm is that you don’t pay unless we win your case. No tricks, no gimmicks, just honest representation that wins!
Call (786) 661-3111 for a free consultation with one of our attorneys!