Homeowner’s Insurance Claims Denial

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When you purchase homeowner’s insurance, you agree to pay the insurance premiums and your insurance company agrees to indemnify your property, that is, to reimburse you for covered property damage, and to defend you against claims by a third party.

For example, if your homeowner’s insurance policy includes coverage against water damage and water leaks lead to a mold problem, your homeowner’s insurance should cover the cost of the mold remediation and repairs.

An example of a third party claim is If someone gets hurt on your property and sues you, your insurance company must defend you.

Home Owner”s Insurance Claims Trial Lawyers

If you have received a denial letter from your insurance company for a legitimate homeowner’s claim or if your insurance company has refused to defend you, please contact the homeowner’s insurance denials attorneys at Shernoff Bidart Echeverria LLP for a free consultation. You may be the victim of insurance bad faith in which cases we may be able to recover additional damages for you.

Our insurance bad faith litigation law firm will file an insurance bad faith lawsuit on your behalf to challenge the denied coverage and seek to recover the insurance payment due you as well as interest, and, in some cases, punitive damages.

We have successfully recovered payment for policyholders whose insurance companies denied payment for all types of property damage, including:

  • Mold damage
  • Fire damage
  • Roof damage
  • Foundation cracks
  • Theft
  • Water damage
  • Hail damage

Denial of coverage can lead to devastating financial losses for policyholders. Don’t let an insurance company’s bad faith or unfair business practices rob you of your legal rights. Contact the homeowner’s insurance denials attorneys — at the law firm that established insurance bad faith laws—for sound legal advice. It costs you nothing to discuss your case and you pay nothing until we win.