Insurance Law

Insurance companies often deny legitimate claims. Discuss your options with a insurance lawyer.

Our insurance law firm helps our clients get the compensation they deserve for their losses in a timely and efficient manner. Herr Law Group works with dozens of insurance carriers to recover losses and defend insurers in lawsuits rooted in the breach of coverage and policy language. We represent individuals and businesses from all around the world, working to fix coverage issues and resolve insurance claims.

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Insurance Law Frequently Asked Questions

What is insurance law?
Insurance law is a complex area involving many interrelated fields, including product liability, construction defects, professional liability, tort law, and information technology. It also entails legal advice on insurance company governance, regulatory compliance, and the interpretation and application of insurance policies. In addition to representing claimants and defendants in insurance coverage disputes, insurance law practitioners advise and counsel a variety of other participants in this industry, such as agents, brokers, claims adjusters, and reinsurers, on all aspects pertaining to market for insurance products and services.
Will my insurance offer me a fair settlement?
Want to know how much you should ask for? If you’re thinking about suing your insurer or corporate defendant, it’s important to remember that you’re not just asking them for money. You’re also asking them to accept responsibility for their role in causing you harm. While some companies might choose to fight claims from consumers, the goal of every insurance company and corporate defendant is to avoid paying out a fair settlement in the first place. If you’re not sure how much your insurance will cover, you should contact an experienced insurance claim lawyer.
Can my insurer deny my claim?
Yes, the fine print on your insurance policy has many conditions, but if you are denied compensation, it is not necessarily because you do not deserve it. The insurance company lawyers carefully review each claim, and they can make sure that the rules for compensation have been met. If there are problems with your claim, the insurance company will most likely deny paying out a settlement. An experienced insurance claim attorney can help you understand if your insurance company is acting unethically.
What are examples of bad faith practices?
Bad faith insurance practices encompass a whole range of dishonesty and deception. It can include failing to disclose important policy details, requiring unnecessary or unreasonable requirements for cover, refusing to address reasonable claims, or not honouring an agreement to provide cover that is contracted for. Bad faith insurance practices can include: Denial of coverage for no apparent reason, having difficulty communicating with the client, such as being unable to return phone calls, taking too long to return phone calls, and failing to listen to a client’s story, not disclosing policy limits, and many others.
What do I do after a car accident?
You’ve been in a car accident, now what? The car accident lawyers at Herr Law Group are here to help you every step of the way, regardless of whether your case settles or goes to trial.
How much do insurance companies pay for pain and suffering?
In personal injury lawsuits, victims are compensated for the suffering and pain they endured as a result of the accident. They may be entitled to ongoing compensation for the burden that recovery from a serious accident places on their life. After suffering an injury, there are two types of damage: general and special. General damages can be quantified, such as medical expenses or lost wages. Special damages are more difficult to quantify, such as emotional distress or loss of privacy.

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