Insurance companies are businesses

 

They will go to great lengths to protect their interests and bottom lines. Sometimes they go too far, often at the expense of their own customers.When an insurance company refuses to provide the coverage it has agreed to, often their denial rises to the level of a bad faith claim.

These insurance coverage disputes can be complicated. Rejected claims often come with suspect explanations from the insurance company. For example, a health insurance company may deny medical coverage due to the policy owner failing to disclose a vision problem that is completely unrelated to the claim they are seeking coverage for. Our lawyers know that insurance companies will often use a number of different tactics to avoid paying a claim or providing the promised coverage. We know how to take you pay your insurance premiums with the reasonable expectation that your insurance company will comply with its side of the agreement. You expect your insurance company to cover you in the event of a motor vehicle accident, illness, fire or other loss.

How They Stall

Far too often, however, insurance companies deny claims, delay claims and act in bad faith. They break the trust of policyholders and put people in tough financial situations.

Chances are, you will know if your insurance company is acting in bad faith. We are also well aware of the tactics insurance companies often use. These tactics include the following:

  • Wrongly denying a claim

  • Wrongly delaying a claim

  • Denying uninsured or under insured motorist coverage

  • Offering a settlement for far less than what is rightfully owed

  • Requesting unnecessary documentation or paperwork


Insurance companies may use many other methods to deny you the coverage you deserve. Let Help In Colorado take the fight to them on your behalf.