You pay good money for the insurance coverage you keep for your home, business, auto, or other assets. You should feel protected by your insurance policies; that’s what they’re there for.
So, when an accident happens or an insured asset is suddenly devalued, you want your insurance claim to be accepted, approved, and settled as soon as possible. And, in most cases, that’s what happens.
However, what do you do when your legitimate, on-time insurance claim is unjustly denied?
- …do you appeal the decision, and hope for the best?
- …do you spend countless hours of your time doing research into your policy to try and argue with the insurance company?
- …or, do you simply admit defeat?
We Fight Wrongful Claim Denial
When you’re owed compensation from an insurance company because of a covered loss, that insurance company is going to do everything in its power not to pay you. This can include using confusing language to make it seem like your loss wasn’t covered, when in reality, it was.
A great example is when the insurance company decides that a sudden water leak is a long-term leak, something that they wouldn’t have to pay to repair.
Many times, the insurance companies need to be communicated with in a language they understand. That language is the law. The insurance litigation experts at Matthew R. Osborne, PC know insurance claim denial case law in Colorado, and we know what it takes to get an insurance company to reverse their denial of a claim.
Insurance companies will often delay, defend, and deny claims until they feel it would be more profitable to pay the claim. Often, it takes litigation to get an insurance company to pay a legitimate claim. However, if an insurance company wrongfully denies a claim, they can be liable for double damages, punitive damages, and attorney fees. This can be a strong incentive to get them to pay legitimate claims that were wrongly denied.
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With every wrongful insurance claim denial case we take on, our attorneys dig deep into the exact laws that apply to claims like yours. Whether it’s a vandalized building, a stolen car, or something else entirely, we do the work required to form a compelling legal argument for why you are owed compensation.
If you believe that you have been the victim of a wrongful insurance claim denial, don’t wait to take action. The sooner you have legal representation from Matthew R. Osborne, PC, the better your chances are of receiving the insurance settlement you deserve.
Don’t risk your claim payout by fighting the insurance company on your own. Contact Matthew R. Osborne, PC, at (303) 759-7018, and schedule your 100% free, no-obligation case consultation.