Are You Being Denied Insurance Benefits?
An experienced lawyer can help you handle the insurance company
Insurance is one of the biggest moneymaking industries in the United States today, and for good reason. Without insurance, you'd be paying out of pocket for medical expenses. You would be taking an incredible risk every time you get in your car, with no recourse to get compensation for a potential accident. For most people, insurance companies provide an essential, even lifesaving service.
But at the end of the day, insurance companies are for-profit companies, not charities. They're in business to make money. And like any business, they're always looking for ways to increase their profit margins. Unfortunately, that means reducing or denying claims for policyholders like you.
That's not right, and it's not something we'll allow. NBLE Law has been standing up to insurance companies that put profits ahead of people for decades. Contact us if you've wrongfully been denied any of the following benefits:
When insurance companies won't take care of you, we're on your side
Insurance companies deny claims because they make more money - and because they know they can get away with it. Because the fine print of any insurance policy is so complex, many people just take the insurance company's word for it when they are told something is or isn't covered. The reality is that in the insurance world, it's common practice to reward employees who deny claims regardless of whether those claims have merit. And conversely, employees who routinely approve claims may be in danger of losing their jobs.
Even if your claim is approved, insurance companies often stall or delay payment for as long as they can. This can be a serious problem if you're injured or disabled and need that money now. Getting paid months or years down the road won't help you if you're out of work and can't pay your rent, medical bills, or other expenses.
That's why you need an attorney on your side. That's why you need us. We'll review your insurance policy, investigate your claim and deal with the insurance company on your behalf. Sometimes, just knowing you've retained an attorney is enough to get the insurance to pay up. Other times, they'll push back, and we need to take legal action. If we find that your insurance company has acted in bad faith, we may be able to pursue a claim for punitive damages in addition to the benefits you were already entitled to receive.
Don't believe the insurance companies when they tell you that you don't need a lawyer - remember, they're going to call their lawyer as soon as they're done talking to you. Reach out to NBLE Law right away. Call (206) 623-7520 to schedule your free consultation.