Having insurance coverage – whether it be for your car, home, or yourself – can provide you with some piece of mind, as insurance is intended to be a safety net in the event that some serious accident or injury befalls the covered entity. While you may be diligent about paying your monthly premiums, however, your insurance company may put up a fight against your legitimate claim when it comes time for you to collect on one of your policies. In such cases, the insurance company may be acting in bad faith in an effort to save its own money and profit at your expense. When this happens:
- You should not accept the insurance company’s illegal and unethical behavior.
- You should fight back to obtain the full amount of compensation you deserve.
- You can ensure your rights are fully protected by working with an experienced insurance dispute lawyer.
Some of the specific types of insurance bad faith that policyholders regularly deal with include bad faith practices related to:
- Home insurance policies
- Car insurance policies
- Disabilities policies
- Life insurance policies
- Commercial liabilities (business-related) policies.
Individuals who are battling with their insurance companies should not try to go at it alone. Instead, they should work with a skilled insurance dispute lawyer who knows how to hold insurance companies accountable for their illegal practices and to get them to pay up when you need it most.
Mount Vernon Insurance Dispute Lawyers
At the law firm of Hassakis & Hassakis, P.C., our experienced Mount Vernon Insurance dispute lawyers have been providing client-centered representation to our Southern Illinois clients since 1950. Our trusted attorneys focus on our clients’ needs, and we do everything we can to help them get the maximum possible compensation for their losses and injuries so they can focus on recovery and moving on with their life. If you have suffered from any type of personal injury and are battling with your insurance company for compensation you deserve, contact us by calling (888) 896-9381 for a free, thorough assessment of your case, along with professional advice regarding the best manner in which to move forward.