Dealing with Auto Insurance Claims
When you have been injured in an auto accident, you are likely feeling overwhelmed by the sheer number of things that you have to handle in the aftermath. This includes: recovering from your injuries, trying to overcome the emotional distress, getting your life back to how it was prior to the accident and finding enough money to pay for all your costs. The costs can be the most difficult part of the car crash. This is especially the case when your insurance company makes it difficult to get the money owed to you by acting in bad faith and refusing to reimburse you for your injuries.
Dealing with a car accident is difficult enough. Having an insurance company fail to abide by the terms of a policy that it has issued to you or another involved motorist only adds insult to injury. Fortunately, the Pennsylvania insurance claims lawyers of Lowenthal & Abrams, can help you to counter any bad faith actions on the part of an insurer. Contact us at 888-979-7298 to discuss your situation.
Examples of Bad Faith
There are many ways in which an insurance company can complicate your situation by acting in bad faith. Some of the most common issues include:
- Denial of legitimate claim
- Failure to pay on time
- Failure to reasonably investigate the claim
- Paying less money than is deserved
- Failure to provide valid reasoning for a denial of a claim
After faithfully paying your insurance company, you ought to be able to reasonable expect benefit payments issued pursuant to the terms of your policy. When this expectation is violated, we can be of assistance.
Whether you need help filing an insurance claim or fighting for the insurance money you may be due in the wake of a car accident, contact the Pennsylvania insurance claim attorneys of Lowenthal & Abrams, by calling 888-979-7298.