What to Do If Your Insurance Company Refuses to Pay Your Claim
Many injured victims assume that the decision made by an insurance company is the end of a dispute. It is important to remember during an Arizona personal injury claim process that an insurance company’s first offer or denial is not necessarily their final decision. That is exactly why injured victims would be well-advised not to rush into settlements without exploring all their options.
It would be in the best interests of injured victims in Arizona to request a written explanation as to why their claim was denied and to do some research into whether or not that denial is justified. The refusal may be based on misinformation that can be easily rectified. Other claims are denied because of errors made during the filing process. This type of refusal can be overturned as well.
It may be necessary to build your case before appealing their decision. You can speak to medical professionals regarding the severity of the injuries you have suffered. You can gather information from witnesses to the accident. You can request guidance from your own insurance agent. If you believe that you have rebuilt your claim and there is enough new information to resubmit to the insurance company, you can send a follow-up letter containing the new information.
If you worry that your claim will not be accepted or that you will be offered a settlement well below what you think is fair for the injuries you have suffered, please call an experienced personal injury attorney. The reputed Chandler insurance coverage dispute lawyers of The Breyer Law Offices P.C. offer free consultations on all potential Arizona injury claims. We have a successful track record dealing with insurance companies on behalf of injured clients. Call us today at 602-978-6400 for a no-cost consultation.
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