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An insurance policy is a contract

Insurance companies require you to pay regular premiums in exchange for specific coverage in the event of a loss. As long as you stay current on your premiums, the insurance company has a duty to promptly pay your claims and protect your interests according to the terms of the policy.

In too many instances, however, the insurance company will go to great lengths to avoid paying your claim — regardless of whether it is covered under the policy or not. Policyholders will receive any number of reasons for a claim being denied, a payment being delayed or other tactics insurance companies use to protect their own interests.

If you feel that you are not being treated fairly by your insurance company, it is important that you seek the advice of a reliable attorney who knows the law and has the ability to protect your interests. At the Barton Law Firm in Houston, Texas, we dedicate our entire practice to complex insurance litigation. We have extensive experience with bad faith insurance claims, and we will do everything in our power to see that you receive the full measure of benefits under the terms of your policy.

Skillful Representation In All Types Of Insurance Bad Faith Disputes

Unfortunately, denied claims are just the beginning of the ways that insurance companies act in bad faith. Beyond the coverage disputes that often arise out of a wrongful claim denial, many policyholders experience payment delays and the wrongful cancellation of their policies among other issues.

We are highly skilled in the review and interpretation of insurance policies, and we know how to present a strong case in support of your right to coverage for a particular claim. We cut through the insurance company’s web of red tape and aggressively seek maximum damages for your losses.

Doing Whatever Is Necessary To Protect Your Interests

While we always attempt to negotiate a fair resolution in these cases, we prepare every case as if it is going to trial and will not hesitate to take your case to court. Contact our office in Houston, Texas, to discuss your insurance bad faith concerns with a lawyer. Please call us toll free at 800-800-1505 or contact us via email to schedule a free consultation with a lawyer.