In one way or another, we will all have to deal with an insurance company at some time in our lives. Car, home, health, life, if something is important to us- we insure it. In some cases we are required by law to have insurance, health insurance in the state of Massachusetts, and car insurance.
As we pay for this every month, we expect the insurance company to give us the maximum loss protection if something happens to what we have insured. Is this always the case though?
Even though insurance is essentially purchased protection, the insurance companies are not out to protect your best interest. They are a business, and in any case that may come up, they are looking for the option that will cost them the least amount of money. This option may not be the best option for you however.
Whenever dealing with an insurance company, it is a good idea to speak to a legal professional who has experience in the insurance business. Filing claims and receiving settlements can be a long, involved process that if you are inexperienced navigating, you could miss out on benefits.
If, when the case is all said and done, and you have realized that the company did not meet their obligation to put your needs in front of the needs of the company, the state of Massachusetts allows you to file a bad faith claim against the insurance company.
If you feel that your insurance company did not fulfill their obligation to you, contact the experienced attorneys at Wynn and Wynn today. They will help to guide you through the process and get you what you deserve. Call today at 1-800-852-5211 or click here to schedule a free consultation.