Insurance Bad Faith

An Experienced Florida Bad Faith Insurance Lawyer: Hold Insurers Accountable and Get Compensated

Are you a frustrated policyholder who wants the services of a Florida bad faith insurance lawyer? Have you tried and failed to compel an insurance company to make good on a claim, play by the rules, and treat you fairly? If so, you are not alone. Insurance bad faith is a common tort claim. Depending on the conduct of the insurance carrier, it may be responsible to pay punitive or exemplary damages. Depending on the nature of the mistreatment, you may even be able to collect more from the insurance company than the face value of your policy.

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All that said, insurance bad faith law is a vastly complicated and specialized field. If you choose an inexperienced attorney to represent you, you might severely hurt your chances of collecting critical compensation to pay for things like property damage, time off of work, or medical bills. The sophisticated Florida personal injury law firm of Dellecker, Wilson, King, McKenna, Ruffier & Sos, LLP has exclusively served Florida injury victims for over two decades. Our firm has set itself apart from competitors by providing superb, customized service for clients. As sad as it is to admit, many Florida bad faith insurance lawyers churn through cases quickly to collect commissions, instead of devoting themselves to the true betterment of their clients. Whether you have been struggling to collect compensation from the insurance company of a driver who sideswiped you on I-95; or your health insurer has refused to pay a major medical bill for unfathomable reasons, the experienced team at DWKMR&S can help you obtain a recovery and hold the insurance company accountable. Your first consultation with our attorneys is free and no obligation. We represent injury clients on contingency, so you will only pay for the legal services when you obtain a recovery, such as a settlement or a verdict in your favor.

The Complicated and Byzantine World of Insurance Bad Faith

Insurance policies are purposefully and notoriously hard to understand. They contain confusing language; and lots of it. Moreover, the terms and conditions often change, and premiums often jag up for arbitrary reasons. On top of that, the big insurance companies boast tremendous financial and legal resources to protect themselves from complaints and intimidate victims who protest raw deals. Many insurance companies are often quick to collect a premium but unfortunately slow to pay claims. Designing and executing a compelling case to get victims compensated is no small challenge. But the resourceful, seasoned Florida bad faith insurance lawyers of DWKMR&S have a track record for getting results. Our approach is designed around our clients. We want them to feel comfortable, in control, and optimistic about their options. Our team has the agility and competence to deal with insurance law matters of any level of complexity, and we have amassed a reputation for conducting deep research and performing powerfully in the courtroom.

Delay in Finding a Florida Bad Faith Insurance Lawyer: Not Recommended

Accident injury victims can inadvertently compound their struggles and stresses by signing seemingly innocuous documents or even talking to insurance company representatives over the phone. The sooner you retain an attorney to analyze your situation and think through the best next steps to take, the better your chances will be for obtaining a fair recovery and putting this crisis behind you. For a free consultation with the trusted DWKMR&S team, call 888-726-6735, or review our website for more useful free resources. Clients do not pay fees or costs unless and until we obtain a recovery.


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Insurance company refused to pay $10,000 limit; so we secured a $1.4 million settlement, instead. Hopefully, the insurer learned a lesson: honesty is the best policy.