If you get in a car wreck, your health insurance wants someone’s automobile insurance to pay. Both automobile insurers want to avoid paying anything or to minimize what they pay out. Meanwhile, the injured party faces bills, an uncertain recovery, lost work time, and psychological trauma. The injured party may also suffer secondary injuries such as bankruptcy, eviction, divorce, and job loss. For the best chances of getting the treatment you need, and the compensation you deserve, you should retain an attorney.
Insurance is a For-Profit Business
Insurance companies are like casinos because they make their money off of gambling. At the heart of every insurance policy is the bet that the insurer will collect more in premiums than it will pay out in benefits. Consequently, even though insurance is a critical part of your risk management strategy, insurance companies exist to make money, not to pay claims. Unfortunately, that means insurance companies have an incentive to avoid paying or to under-pay even when your claim is valid.
However, in Oklahoma, insurance policies are contracts and insurance companies have special obligations to their customers. If you have suffered a loss that you think should be covered by your insurance, but the insurance company refuses to pay, denies that you are covered, constantly delays the process, or will not discuss reasonable settlement amounts, then you probably need legal help.
Have You Been Involved in…
Head and Spinal Injury
Nursing Home Negligence
Slip and Fall Injury
We Also Handle…
Bad Faith Insurance Company Practices
Breach of Insurance Contract
Constant Delays In The Process
Damages Greater Than Amount Insured
Delay In Payment
Delay In Resolution Of Claim
Disagreement Over The Terms Of The Policy
Disagreement Over What Is Covered
Disagreement Over Whether A Hazard Is Covered
Disagreement Over Whether The Loss Was Due To The Hazard Claimed