Insurance companies have a responsibility to act in good faith toward their policyholders when dealing with granting, denying, and responding to insurance claims. Individuals and even businesses purchase insurance policies and pay monthly premiums, fully expecting to receive benefits if needed. Insurance companies are required to respond to claims promptly and also must provide written notification explaining why a claim has been reduced or denied.
When companies fail to uphold the Texas Insurance Code, they are denying you benefits you need. Do not suffer any longer from a fraudulent or bad faith insurance company that violates the insurance code. The Dallas insurance code violations lawyers of Smith Kendall, PLLC, can fight to get you the benefits you need. Call us today at (214) 361-6124 and schedule a consultation with a qualified attorney.
Even though insurance companies claim they exist to serve their customers, they are trying to sustain a profit like any other business. They are happy to take your monthly payments, but some companies may be stingy or hard to work with if you have to file a claim. Insurance companies can act in bad faith by:
In some cases, if an insurance company wrongfully denies your claim or delays the payment you deserve, you may be entitled to financial recompense for your suffering in addition to the insurance payout itself.
If your insurance company has denied a legitimate claim or acted in another fraudulent way, you may be a victim of an insurance code violation. To learn more about how we can help you during this stressful situation, contact the experienced Dallas insurance code violations attorneys of Smith Kendall, PLLC, at (214) 361-6124 today.