The insurance litigation attorneys at Pursiano Barry Bruce Demetriades Simon LLP are committed to representing the best interests of our clients in any insurance dispute. Insurance litigation generally involves disputes concerning insurance policies and contracts either in state or federal civil courts. Common types of insurance coverage include:
Whether you are involved in a personal dispute or your company faces a business dispute involving any type of insurance claim or policy, our Las Vegas insurance dispute attorneys will work diligently to help you achieve the best possible outcome for your insurance dispute claim.
Our insurance litigation lawyers have the experienced required to adequately defend and represent clients in a broad range of insurance disputes, including:
If you are involved in a dispute with your insurance company, it is important to contact an experienced civil litigation law firm to effectively manage your case.
Most insurance policyholders believe that if they pay their premiums, their insurance company will act in good faith and honor their claims. Unfortunately, however, this is not always the case. Insurance companies, like any type of business, are invested in protecting their profits. Some companies manipulate the language within their policies in order to minimize or deny payment on claims. They may argue with policyholders and claim that the loss or damage is not covered in the policy or that the damages fall below the insurance deductible.
Denying a claim does not necessarily suggest that the insurance company is acting in bad faith, but if there is no reason for the denial, you may have cause for a bad faith insurance lawsuit. Additional examples of bad faith insurance include:
If you believe your insurance company is acting in bad faith, contact our Las Vegas attorneys to discuss your insurance litigation case and to determine your legal options.
Many insurance policyholders believe that they must accept the first offer that their insurance company makes. This is not true, and most first offers are significantly lower in amount than the amount to which the policyholder is entitled. Remember that once you accept an offer, you cannot later ask for more money, so it is important to make sure you are happy with an offer before you sign anything. This is why it is important to speak with a qualified insurance lawyer for all insurance litigation matters. Our attorneys serve as a go-between for you and your insurance company to ensure that you receive everything that you deserve. No matter the type of policy you hold, the scope of legal counsel you require, or the requirement for legal defense, our attorneys are skilled in analyzing the policy language, assessing potential liability, and preparing the strongest possible case on your behalf. Contact our insurance attorneys today.