Bad Faith Denial of Claim Insurance Disputes

If an insurer wrongfully fails to pay an insured on a legitimate claim, (or chooses to underpay the insured) the insurance company may be liable to the person they insured. As of 2021 the law was changed making it more difficult for insured individuals to get compensated by the insurance companies for their attorney's fees. However, if you have had an insurance claim wrongfully denied (or under compensated), provided that the insurance company either loses or settles the case, it is still possible to get some of all of your legal expenses paid for by the insurance company. Timing is always important in the legal world, but it is especially critical in bad faith denial of claims cases as even small delays can be used by the insurance company as justification for not paying on a claim. Documentation is also extremely important as properly documenting a valid claim can mean the difference between getting the compensation you deserve and not getting anything at all. It is for all of these reasons and others that you must exercise your legal rights related to bad faith denials of an insurance claim in a prompt and precise manner.

With its experienced litigation and trial attorneys, the Law Office of Zach McCormick accepts cases of this type. If you would like to schedule a consultation in relation to a Florida bad faith denial of claim insurance dispute, please call the Law Office of Zach McCormick at (352)742-7474 to schedule an appointment. Please note, due to demand, consultations are scheduled on a 'first-come, first-serve' basis and are frequently set out by a week or more depending on attorney availability. Consultations last up to an hour and are most productive when the consulting attorney has been given the opportunity review any relevant case material in advance of your consult. For this reason, please take care to compile relevant documents, photographs/video, messages (such as text messages) and send them in advance of your appointment. A consultation fee will apply unless otherwise stated and must be paid on the day of your consultation.

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Please be aware that although there is attorney-client privilege during your consultation and you may seek to retain this firm following a consultation, no ongoing attorney-client relationship is created through the mere act of taking a consultation with Zach McCormick Attorney at Law, PLLC and its agents. Instead, if you wish to retain the services of Zach McCormick Attorney at Law, PLLC, a formal written representation agreement must be executed by both the law office and the client and payment must also be fully tendered.