Oklahoma Insurance Bad Faith Lawyer Who Stands Up To Corporations
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Insurance companies are legally required to deal fairly with their insured customers and act in "good faith." This means that a company cannot make up a reason to deny your claim when your policy manual states it will be covered, whether you're dealing with a personal injury or you're submitting a claim against your homeowner's policy.
Bad faith can involve the insurance company's failure to properly investigate your claim or improper valuation of your damages. An insurance company may also be acting in bad faith in Oklahoma if it fails to properly defend a lawsuit or refuses to pay the lawsuit settlement.
Why should I hire Oklahoma bad faith insurance law firm Lawter & Associates?
Navigating the complicated legal landscape involving bad faith cases can be confusing. That's why it's important to have experienced personal injury attorney in Tulsa, OK on your side, fighting for your rights. If you feel your insurance claim has been wrongfully denied or your carrier has acted in bad faith, contact Lawter & Associates, PLLC.
We know what we're doing because we've been doing this work for more than four decades. That's why we want to meet with you as soon as possible. We can review the details of your case and explain all the legal options available to you.
Our Oklahoma bad faith insurance attorneys can review your policy for inconsistencies in your coverage and work with you to make sure the insurance company upholds its legally binding agreement with you. We have achieved several large recoveries in bad faith cases.
You have rights. We can fight for them. Expect more. Contact us today.
Complicated legal cases demand experienced legal advice. With so much at stake, it's critical you contact us as soon as possible. We can help you resolve your case and get the compensation you rightfully deserve if you're insurance company is being unfair.
You have rights. We can fight for them. Contact us right now. Call (866) 584-1027 for our Oklahoma City office or (866) 584-1028 for our Tulsa office and schedule a free case evaluation. We're here to help you make things right.
Frequently asked questions about bad faith insurance in Oklahoma:
- What is insurance bad faith?
- What are common examples of insurance bad faith?
- My insurance claim was denied. Can I appeal the denial?
- Who rules on insurance bad faith appeals in Oklahoma?
- Can I file an insurance bad faith lawsuit in Oklahoma?
- Why should I hire Lawter & Associates to handle my insurance bad faith claim?
Insurance companies and their policy holders are both required to honor the contract and act in "good faith and fair dealing." This means that you both hold up your end of the policy when it comes to an insurance claim.
For example, you must submit your claim in a timely fashion, cooperate with the insurer regarding the loss, and provide any reasonably requested information. They, in turn, must pay a claim covered by the insured's policy.
If an insurance company refuses to pay a covered claim or tries to settle it for less than the true and fair value, it could be considered "bad faith." Insurance policies can be complicated and difficult to understand. Get the help you need now. Contact Lawter & Associates, PLLC.
Examples of insurance bad faith cover a wide range. Some of the most common insurance bad faith cases we handle in Oklahoma include:
- Delaying handling a claim
- Inadequately investigating a claim
- Refusing to defend a lawsuit
- Refusing to make a reasonable settlement offer
- Unreasonably interpreting your policy
If you think your claim was denied in error, you may appeal. Follow your insurance policy instructions for filing an appeal. If both your initial claim and your appeal are denied, and you think the company is not upholding the policy, contact an Oklahoma bad faith insurance lawyer to follow up your claim.
If the insurance company refuses to honor your claim, you might need to file an appeal with the Oklahoma Court of Civil Appeals. We can help you with this process and make sure your appeal receives the attention it rightfully deserves.
Yes. Sometimes, the best way to be fairly compensated in an insurance bad faith case is to file a lawsuit. Knowing if this is the right route to take can be a challenge. That's why it's important to contact us. We can meet with you and discuss all the legal options available to you.
Insurance bad faith cases can be extremely complicated. Without a lawyer on your side, taking on insurance companies can be very difficult. That's because insurance companies routinely have teams of attorneys working behind the scenes to defend their interests.
Level the playing field. Contact an attorney who will fight for your rights. Contact us. When you have Lawter & Associates working on your case, you can take an aggressive approach right from the start. We know how to negotiate with insurance companies, and we have the case results to prove it. Our firm has achieved several large recoveries in these types of cases.
Expect more. Contact us today and discover what Lawter & Associates, PLLC, can do for you. Call (866) 584-1027 for our Oklahoma City office or (866) 584-1028 for our Tulsa office and schedule a free case evaluation.