Aggressive Insurance Claim Litigation For Policyholders Throughout Texas
Like any type of insurance, disability insurance and life insurance policies are contracts with the insurance carriers. When you purchase a policy, you are expected to pay your premiums on time and in accordance with terms of the agreement. When you file a legitimate claim, the insurance company has an obligation to uphold its responsibilities, as well. Unfortunately, disability and life insurance companies have several strategies they turn to when denying, delaying or underpaying claims.
Policyholders throughout Texas have been turning to Barton Law Firm for help with their disability and life insurance claims for years. Our founding attorney, Daniel P. Barton, is a former insurance adjuster who understands the strategies companies use.
From our offices in Houston, our lawyers aggressively protect the rights of insurance policyholders throughout Texas. If you are facing a denied or undervalued claim or bad faith insurance practice, call us toll free at 800-800-1505 to schedule a free consultation with one of our Houston disability insurance attorneys. You may also use our convenient email contact form. We handle all insurance litigation cases on a contingency fee basis.
Some strategies for denying or delaying claims include:
- Claiming the beneficiary trust for life insurance proceeds is no longer valid
- Disputing the beneficiary of a life insurance policy
- Claiming the disability or injury isn’t covered under the policy
- Requiring extensive record-keeping and reporting, hoping the policyholder gives up
- Accusing the injured claimant of lying about a pre-existing condition
We Are Among The Most Respected Insurance Litigation Attorneys In Texas
Attorney Daniel Barton has tried insurance litigation cases nationally and throughout Texas. His professional experience includes work as an insurance adjuster, where he learned the strategies insurance companies use when minimizing or denying a disability or life insurance claim. If you are facing a dispute with your insurance company, it makes sense to put a board-certified specialist on your side.