Picture this: you pay your insurance premiums every month, you do your part to ensure you’re covered if the worse should occur. When you suffer a covered loss, you expect prompt reimbursement and resolution of your claim. Then, your insurer denies the claim.
Unfortunately, these types of situations happen all too often. But this situation begs the question: what rights do you have if your insurance company denies a claim?
After Your Claim is Denied
If your insurer improperly denies a claim in West Virginia, you may file a breach of contract claim to enforce the policy to recover your loss. An experienced attorney can look into the circumstances of your denied claim, review your insurance policy, and determine how your claim was wrongfully denied. In addition, if you may consider suing your insurance company for the losses you incurred as a result of the accident and their resulting denial.
Our firm can walk you through your legal options at this stage. No two cases are identical, and we can use our legal knowledge and experience to create a personalized legal plan to protect your rights regarding a denied claim.
What Compensation Am I Entitled To?
Taking legal action against your insurance company can help you recover compensation from your original, legitimate claim, as well as attorney fees, case costs, and damages for the hassle of suing. The numerical cost can vary significantly depending on the damage you suffered and the costs associated with that damage.
Contact An Experienced Insurance Claim Denial Attorney
Our West Virginia office has handled many claims involving the improper denial of insurance claims. If your claim was denied you may have a remedy, and we’re here to help. At Burnside Law, our team is here to listen to your story and execute a plan to get you the compensation you need and deserve. We treat each of our clients like family, and to prove our loyalty, we don’t charge any legal fees unless we win your case.
Contact Burnside Law today to schedule a free case review with our team.