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Auto Insurance Disputes

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Car accidents can be financially devasting, so many people rely on their auto insurance to provide them with a financial safety net following an accident. Auto insurance companies, just like any other insurance provider, hold a legal obligation to provide their policyholders with good faith settlements that align with their coverages. Unfortunately, automobile accident claims are occasionally unreasonably denied or underpaid by auto insurance companies acting in bad faith.

If you’ve been in an automobile accident and need help filing a claim or suspect that an insurance company has acted in bad faith, it’s imperative that you reach out to an experienced auto insurance claim lawyer. The insurance lawyers with our Las Vegas law firm can review your claim and help you achieve a proper settlement. Contact us today to request a free case consultation!

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Auto Insurance Coverages

Understanding the coverages afforded to you by the policy you hold can help simplify the claims process. The following are six common types of coverage provided by auto insurance policies.

  • Bodily Injury Liability — This coverage protects policyholders if they are responsible for an accident that causes bodily injury to another party.
  • Property Damage Liability — This provides coverage when a policyholder causes damages to another party’s property.
  • Medical Payment Coverage — This coverage applies to the medical treatment of injuries the policyholder and their passengers suffer.
  • Collision Coverage — This covers damage to the policyholder’s vehicle.
  • Comprehensive Coverage — This kind of coverage insures the policyholder’s car if it suffers damage due to floods, fires, accidents, and theft.
  • Uninsured Motorist Coverage — This provides coverage for injuries or damages from an accident with an uninsured driver.

Even if the correct type of insurance covers you, your carrier may limit the amount of money you can receive. If this happens to you, you should contact an insurance dispute lawyer who can assist with determining whether you can file an insurance dispute claim against your insurer.

Common Auto Insurance Claim Disputes

The specific legal obligations an insurance company has to a policyholder will be outlined in the auto insurance policy. When an insurance company fails to adhere to the terms outlined in an auto insurance policy, the policyholder may have the right to file a dispute claim against their insurer. The following are some common disputes made by policyholders against auto insurance companies.

  • Instances in which an insurance company fails to provide a timely defense to legal claims against a policyholder
  • Delayed payment of a claim
  • Underpayment of a claim
  • Failure to investigate a claim
  • Lack of communication on the claim adjuster’s end
  • Failure to provide reasons for denying a claim

How Our Insurance Attorneys Can Help

A policyholder should be compensated for legitimate claims, and insurance companies acting in bad faith need to be held accountable. If you believe your insurance company is trying to pressure you into accepting an inadequate settlement, trick you using deceptive practices, or has unjustly denied your health insurance claim, our insurance litigation attorneys can help protect your rights. You can count on our litigation attorneys to represent your interests and negotiate a fair settlement between you and your insurance company. We have the expertise to analyze policy language, gather evidence, assess potential liability, and present the strongest case possible on your behalf if litigation is necessary. Contact our firm today to meet with a knowledgeable litigation lawyer!


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