Don’t panic if your car insurance claim is denied. The Marsh Law Firm helps car accident victims in and around Statesboro, Georgia to get the attention and compensation they deserve from insurance companies. Troy Marsh knows what it takes to build a strong claim, so don’t settle for less or accept a wrongful denial. Put your faith in attorney Marsh because vehicle accidents are our specialty.
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If you are told your insurance claim was denied, it helps to talk with a lawyer. With over 26 years of experience and history of impressive outcomes, attorney Marsh will immediately ask if you’ve received the denial in writing. You should have a letter stating your insurance claim is denied and why. By understanding the reason for the denial, you can decide what to do next.
Whatever the situation, Mr. Marsh will assess your claim quickly and pinpoint any mistakes the insurance company made regarding your car accident claim. Let him investigate and find a way to secure all the compensation you deserve.
It’s fairly common for insurance companies to deny claims. These companies would much rather deny a claim than payout on every claim that comes their way. The more they pay, the less they profit. That’s why you shouldn’t automatically accept an insurance claim denial that you believe to be valid.
At The Marsh Law Firm, we are here to help when your insurance claim is denied because of:
It’s important to distinguish between whether your insurance company or the other party’s insurance denied the claim. This impacts your rights, particularly if you’re worried an insurer acted in bad faith.
If the at-fault driver’s insurance won’t pay, then it’s time to consider filing a lawsuit. Mr. Marsh will scrutinize the evidence and offer you a candid opinion on whether you should file a lawsuit and pursue a court award.
By preparing for trial, it doesn’t mean you will end up in court. A lawsuit is an effective tactic to get insurance companies to turn over documents in the discovery phase about your denial. It also puts insurers on notice that you are taking the case seriously. When insurance companies are forced to hand over documents and contend with an attorney who is ready for trial, it gives you the advantage.