How Underpaid Insurance Claims Can Hurt You
If you have received insurance benefits after the Bastrop wildfire, you may consider yourself to be fortunate, since many people have not received benefits that they need to financially recover from the devastation left by the fires. However, if your claim was underpaid, your “luck” may quickly turn into frustration with your insurance company, because an underpaid claim may not help much more than not receiving benefits at all. You may need legal assistance to help you get the amount of insurance benefits that you need to rebuild and recover after a disaster such as the wildfire.
At Williams Kherkher, our Bastrop fire insurance claim attorneys are dedicated to fighting insurance companies on behalf of policyholders who are simply trying to collect the benefits that they are owed in the wake of the Bastrop fires. If your claim has been underpaid, contact us by calling 800-639-8460 to learn more about the options which are available to you.
Problems Associated with Underpayment
When your claim for insurance is underpaid, you may not feel justified in complaining. However, underpaid claims can seriously interfere with one’s full recovery and return to normalcy. Underpaid claims can:
- Prevent the replacement of damaged or lost property
- Create a state of perpetual instability for a homeowner
- Frustrate one’s rebuilding efforts
- Cause ongoing emotional distress and needless struggles which can in turn take a toll on one’s physical welfare
Underpaid claims have affected many people who suffered from the Bastrop wildfires last year, but legal assistance is available for those who wish to take legal action against a willfully underpaying insurer.
If you or someone you know has received benefits from their insurance company but the benefits were insufficient and failed to supply the policyholder with the benefits which the policy specified they would receive, we can help. Contact the qualified Bastrop fire insurance claim attorneys of Williams Kherkher at 800-639-8460 today.