Do I really need to provide all these documents my insurer is asking for?

A policyholder is responsible for providing evidence to support their claim. However, if an insurance company continues to insist that more information is necessary, to the point that it seems excessive or unconnected to a claim, your claim may be in danger. This is a common tactic among some insurers to discourage a claim or to deny one that has already been filed.

If your insurer has requested an excessive amount of information from you about your property damages, you may wish to consider legal action against your insurer to recover the benefits that you are due. To learn more about your rights and options, contact the Bastrop fire insurance claim lawyers of Williams Hart at 800-639-8460 today.

Note: Williams Hart's primary office is 8441 Gulf Freeway, Suite 600, Houston, TX 77017-5051. The Leon Law Firm's primary office is One Sugar Creek Center Boulevard, Suite 980, Sugar Land, Texas 77478.

Williams Hart and The Leon Law Firm are taking joint responsibility for potential cases as co-counsel.

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