We Know How To Handle Insurance Companies

No one ever expects to be involved in an accident that causes serious injury or significant property damage — still, most of us make sure we have insurance in case the unexpected happens. However, the toils associated with an accident don't just disappear with insurance coverage. In some situations, an insurance company can make an already difficult circumstance all the more challenging by denying a rightful claim or acting in bad faith.

At Lipton Law, our insurance claim attorneys are dedicated to working tirelessly and efficiently for our clients in cases involving complex insurance claims. In our many years of experience helping personal injury victims obtain successful results in insurance claims, we have developed a firm grasp of the insurance industry, its practices and the laws regulating insurers — and we look forward to fully applying our legal knowledge and resources to your case.

Insurance Claim Denial

Consumers trust that insurance companies will fulfill their duties in acting fairly, as well as timely, when providing proper coverage for damages included under a particular plan. By acting in good faith, an insurance company is expected to promptly respond to any inquiries you may have and notify you of any precise reasons why a claim has been denied.

It can seem like the easy way out to simply accept an insurance claim denial so that you can move on with your life. But will you really be able to? Auto accidents can cause life-altering injuries that require months, if not years, of medical treatment, as well as time off work to recover. If an insurance company found reasons to deny your claim instead of trying to determine how to pay you what you are owed, you may be able to prove the insurance company acted in bad faith with the help of an experienced insurance claims lawyer.

Taking A Stand

It is important for accident victims and family members of wrongful death victims to remember that they may be entitled to greater compensation than the insurance company initially offers. Most people don't want to believe an insurance company would collect premiums only to then fail to pay out on claims or provide the fair or accurate value on an insurance claim, but this type of disservice and injustice does happen. Even if an insurance company intimidates or threatens you with legal action with the belief that you'll back down, you should never give up or deny yourself the right to pursue the compensation you're rightfully owed.

You have every right to expect your insurance company to support you during your time of need following an accident — this is what paying your premiums does. And when it doesn't, the personal injury attorneys at Lipton Law can help. Contact us online or call our Southfield, Michigan, office at 248-557-1688 today to find out more about how we can help.