Frequently Asked Questions

Why do I need personal counsel for an insurance claim?  Isn't that why I purchased insurance?

Most people wrongly assume that when they purchase insurance their insurer will be there to protect them when they are in an accident or suffer a loss. Increasingly, however, the opposite is true.  Issuing insurance is business for the insurer, and the primary goal of the insurer is to save money on your claim.

 

The insurer's desire to make a profit can come at your expense.  When that happens, the insurance company is violating the law and you, the insured, have rights.

 

Insurance companies employ vast resources, attorneys and professionals for the purpose of exclusively protecting the insurance company after a claim has been made.  Whether you are making a claim for a loss covered under a policy of insurance you purchased, or a claim has been made against you by a third party, you need to be able to count on a legal advocate with no divided loyalties exclusively protecting you.

Contact us for a free consultation about assisting you with your legal needs.