An insurance company delays your recovery, defends against your recovery, or simply denies your recovery. Don’t stand for it or you will pay the price.

When an Insurance Company Delays, Defends, Denies—Don’t Stand For It!


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1/6/2014
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You are the holder of a Washington car insurance policy and you deserve to know the truth about how insurance companies work. The truth is that insurance companies profit by paying their policyholders as little as possible for their claims. They profit by taking in more money in premiums than what they pay out in claims. Accordingly, they have an interest in paying you and others who have been hurt as little as you will accept for your claim—and that may lead to insurance company delays, defenses, or denials.

Stand Up For Your Rights

If you don’t take action when an insurance company delays, defends, or denies your claim, then the insurance company will win and you will not get the recovery that you need to pay for your Bellevue car accident injuries. Accordingly, you can stand up for your rights in one or more of the following ways. You can:

  • Continue to negotiate with the insurance company and hope for a fair recovery.
  • File an insurance bad faith claim.
  • Request arbitration.
  • Sue the insurance company.
     

The particular actions that you take will depend on the terms of your policy and the specific actions (or inactions) of the insurance company.

Don’t Stand Up Alone

As you decide how to protect your legal rights and your financial future, you have the right to contact a Bellevue lawyer for help. Please request a FREE consultation with us and please browse the resources available on our website to learn more. We wish you the best of luck with your fair recovery!



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