Nashville Insurance Bad Faith Lawyers
Was Your Valid Insurance Claim Denied or Delayed?
Whether you have been involved in a
car accident or your home has suffered damage from a natural disaster, attempting to
work with your insurance company on your own can be an incredibly frustrating
experience. Involving a skilled
personal injury lawyer early on in the process can make all the difference in how they
treat you, as well as in the amount of compensation you ultimately obtain.
At Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge, our Nashville insurance bad faith
attorneys deal with insurance companies on a regular basis and can help
you position the facts of your case in the best possible way to obtain
the result you deserve. In addition, our involvement may include filing
a bad faith insurance lawsuit that will dramatically alter the insurance
company's handling of your claim.
For more information about insurance company tactics and bad faith insurance
claims, contact our firm today to schedule a FREE consultation. You can
reach us at (615) 933-2893.
Examples of Insurance Bad Faith
If your insurance company is found to have acted in bad faith, they may
be ordered to pay attorney's fees and damages. Examples of an insurance
company acting in bad faith include:
- Unreasonable delays in payment or response to your claim
- Denial of claim coverage / benefits due under your policy
- Failure to promptly investigate your claim
- Failure to thoroughly investigate your claim
Insurance Tactics — What to Be Aware of in Your Dealings
Your insurance company has many tactics and may have misrepresented some
important points at the time you purchased your coverage. It is important
to meet with an insurance bad faith attorney at Kinnard, Clayton &
Beveridge who can review your policy and the specific details of your
situation. From there, we can make a recommendation for your specific
case and advise you of your options.
Here are some of the most common insurance company tactics:
- You may experience prolonged delays in working your claim, including failures
to respond to your calls or meet time commitments
- Attempting to take your recorded statement about your claim without legal
- Transferring your claim multiple times to different claims adjusters
- Expecting you to become an expert in the multitude of forms and fine print
required to move your claim forward
We are used to this and all sorts of other tactics used to delay your claim.
Call us today – we can help cut through the red tape and get your claim moving
toward a favorable resolution.