How to detect if you are being deceived by your insurance provider

Getting an insurance policy for your home or business is a wise decision if you want to make sure that you are financially protected should an unfortunate event like a fire or flood happen and damage your property. However, if you are in need of payment under the terms of your insurance policy, you might suspect that your insurance provider is acting in bad faith if you experience one or more of the following:

  • Your insurance provider always has a reason to delay providing your benefits
  • Outright denial of your claim without conducting investigations
  • Outright cancellation of your policy
  • You are not provided with a written explanation as to why your claim is being denied
  • You are being intimidated by your insurance provider
  • Your provider tries to reduce your benefits

Fighting for the insurance benefits you have paid for can be stressful, especially if you suspect that your insurance provider is wrongfully denying or delaying your claim. If you believe that you have been a victim of insurance bad faith, the Dallas lawyers at Smith Kendall, PLLC, may be able to work on your behalf. Find out how we can help you in this difficult situation by calling us today at (888) 675-3522.