WHITMORE LAKE AND SURROUNDING AREAS FOR DENIED INSURANCE CLAIMS
It is a disappointing moment when your insurance company refuses to pay on a claim. You paid premiums for the assurance of being covered. It feels like betrayal, just when you need your insurance company to stand by you.
At David W. Brauer, PLLC, part of our practice is representing persons whose claims have been denied by their insurance company. We can help recover the insurance benefits you paid for and are entitled to.
How Insurance Companies Think
Our lawyers know how insurance companies think. Unfortunately, insurance companies mainly think about your money, and how they can keep it.
It is a common custom for insurers to offer injured people a fraction of what their cases are worth, and to completely deny valid claims if they can come up with a reason. And why not? For every policyholder that gives up and walks away, insurance companies are ahead.
But you can fight your coverage denial, and win, with David W. Brauer, PLLC.
Savvy Brighton Denial of Coverage Attorney
Common tactics of insurance companies include:
- Refusing to pay benefits under your uninsured or underinsured motorists' coverage
- Denying a life insurance claim because the policyholder took her own life
- Rejecting a life insurance claim because the deceased did not disclose a pre-existing condition
- Refuse to pay double indemnity when your family member died in a car crash
They refuse countless claims every day on the grounds that they are "excluded." You can locate these exclusions in the fine print of the policy.
Resolving Coverage Disputes in Your Favor, for a Change
Many of these exclusions, written into the contract or not, are illegal. David W. Brauer, PLLC has won numerous cases challenging such exclusions and gotten their clients the coverage they paid for. In addition, we pursue punitive damages to punish insurance companies for their deception.
Have you been denied coverage on a claim? Then it's time to call the Howell attorneys for denied insurance claims at (517) 548-1998. Or e-mail them using this handy form