Insurance Bad Faith Attorney | Serving Washington, DC
25-Plus Years of Combined Experienced in Personal Injury and Workers' Comp Matters with Attention to Detail You Deserves
Serving Virginia, Maryland and D.C.
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It is against the law for an insurance company to deny a claim for dishonest or deceitful reasons. If you believe your life, auto, home, health, or other insurance claim was denied due to bad faith call and speak with a Washington attorney who can legally ensure your insurance company corrects its error and pays you the benefits you deserve.
Customers pay hundreds of dollars in insurance premiums each year to give themselves peace of mind that when a death or emergency arises, their needs will be seen to and their families will not have to suffer deprivation. Insurance bad faith denial of benefits is when an insurance company denies a valid claim for fraudulent reasons. Insurers cannot deny a claim just because they cannot afford to pay the claim or don’t want to pay the claim.
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