Are you getting ripped off in your car total loss insurance claim?
When a policyholder, who has paid insurance premiums, submits a claim to their insurance company, they expect the company will act in good faith and pay the actual cost to replace the damaged car. However, many times the insurance company does not do what is right. They often undervalue the car or do not pay the full cost to replace the total loss auto claim. Disputes often arise after an insurance company refuses to pay the full cost to replace the car, many times without a legitimate reason or explanation.
If you believe that you are being treated unfairly by your insurance company, please contact us today and get connected with an experienced car insurance dispute attorney and a free evaluation.
Not Denied, But Undervalued?
Unfortunately, insurance companies often interpret and manipulate the language in their policies to minimize or undervalue valid claims.
Insurance providers have a significant self-interest to protect their cash reserves and to avoid payouts to policyholders. When an insurance company denies or undervalues a claim, they may allege that:
- The loss is excluded from the policy.
- The damages are less than what the insured is claiming, or falls below the policy deductible.
- The insurance company’s “independent experts” or “independent adjusters” have determined that no covered loss occurred or is excluded from the policy.
We are here to help.
Our insurance dispute attorneys have extensive experience helping clients recover the full insurance benefits for your damage. Your insurance company has substantial resources to hire experts to protect their interests in not paying the full cost to replace your car. Our law firm has the resources to give you a level playing field when you submit a claim for your total loss to your insured vehicle.
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