How do I know if my insurer is mishandling my claim?

Insurers may try a variety of different tactics to keep someone from taking action to collect their insurance coverage. For someone dependent on their insurer for benefits in the wake of a disaster, it can be difficult to accept or determine that an insurance company has no intention of paying a claim. However, if no response comes from an insurer within weeks of contact, a person may want to contact their insurer again. If there is still no answer after that point, legal action may be necessary.

If you have been waiting for insurance benefits, but they still have not arrived, there may be legal options available to you. For more information, contact the Bastrop fire insurance claim attorneys of Williams Hart today by calling 800-639-8460.

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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