Holding Insurance Companies Responsible For Underpayment Of Claims
Many insurance companies employ good claims-handling practices and pay fair compensation. Unfortunately, some do not. The companies who do not always employ the best practices may try to pay you less than you deserve. They may try to delay making a final settlement offer, hoping you will give in and accept far less than what you are entitled. They may wrongfully deny your claim altogether.
If your insurance company seems to be stalling or has made a less than fair settlement offer, you need advice from an experienced legal professional. The attorneys at Wick & Trautwein, LLC, have been handling insurance cases for more than 30 years. We know when an insurance company is being less than fair — and how to encourage the company to make an honest settlement offer.
How Do You Know If You Are Being Treated Fairly?
Unless you have worked as an insurance adjustor or as an insurance claims lawyer, you simply do not know if your insurance company is being honest with you. Our attorneys have years of experience in cases involving disputed payments of insurance claims in Colorado and Wyoming. We have represented clients in all types of insurance claim denial cases and in cases where some insurance companies offered far less than the claim is worth.
In a free initial consultation, an attorney at our firm can review your case and provide you with an honest, objective evaluation of the worth of your claim. If we believe that your insurance company is paying you less than you deserve or has wrongfully denied your claim, we will seek full and fair compensation if we are retained by you.
Don’t Settle Until You Talk With Us
If you have a settlement offer in hand or have made an accident, health insurance, life insurance or commercial claim and question whether the insurance carrier is handling it fairly, get legal advice today. For a free initial consultation about an insurance settlement offer or unpaid claim, call 970-482-4011 or send us an email. We have offices in Fort Collins and Windsor.