When an Insurance Company Wrongfully Denies Coverage
At White & Weddle, P.C., you will find trial attorneys with the strength to take on big name opponents, including insurance companies. In fact, we have a record of winning cases in front of a jury against opponents like Farmers Insurance, Zurich Insurance, Mid-Century, GuideOne and Oklahoma Farm Bureau. While these companies have vast resources and their own teams of attorneys, our experience, knowledge and willingness to take insurance disputes to trial levels the playing field on behalf of the policyholders we represent. When an insurance company wrongfully denies coverage, we set things right.
We are prepared to handle insurance disputes of all types, including disputes over disability insurance, life insurance, homeowners insurance, business insurance and auto insurance. When insurers deny or underpay claims, we take action.
Insurance Disputes and Personal Injury Claims
To a certain extent, all personal injury claims are insurance disputes. Typically, we are going up against the negligent party's insurance company. However, true insurance disputes often manifest themselves in cases involving uninsured and underinsured motorist accidents. These are cases in which the negligent driver does not have insurance coverage or does not have enough insurance coverage, forcing us to turn to the victim's insurance policy for coverage.
If the victim's insurance policy includes uninsured and underinsured motorist (UM/UIM) coverage, but the insurer denies the claim, the breach of contract is referred to as insurance bad faith. In these cases, we may need to go to trial to force the insurance company to do what is right for the policyholder. As trial lawyers, that is a step we are ready to take.
As contingent fee attorneys, we work on all denied insurance claims without pay until justice is achieved. Only then do we get paid.
Free Consultation —Oklahoma Bad Faith Insurance Attorneys
Call our Oklahoma City bad faith insurance dispute attorneys at 405-463-9922 or contact us via e-mail.