Do you have concerns regarding insurance claims? By working with Wyly & Cook, PLLC , you can get questions answered regarding insurance claims, disputes and policies. If you do not find the information that you need here, do not hesitate in contacting your firm.
Do I have a valid case?
If you are looking to file for an insurance claim and have paid your premiums, provided all relevant information and returned your claim in a timely manner and still were denied, you may have a valid claim. Insurance companies sometimes deny requests or cancel policies following a claim or major disaster and by speaking with an attorney, you may be able to receive compensation.
What do I do if my insurance company is acting in bad faith?
If you believe that your insurance company is acting in bad faith, it is important that you contact an attorney. Insurance providers have been known to deny coverage, stop payments, make ridiculous accusations and even drop policies when insured individuals file for claims. An attorney can help you dispute your provider.
Can I dispute my provider?
Yes. Under Texas state law, you may dispute your provider if they are acting in bad faith. Texas holds insurance companies to high standards, and it is important that they abide by them. An attorney from our firm can help you make a case against your provider to help you receive the compensation that you deserve.
I was offered an extremely low compensation, what can I do?
If the insurance provider you are under offers an unfair compensation, you may be able to file for a claim under the Unfair Settlement Practices Act. If your claim for this act is valid, you may be able to receive up to triple the damages you have suffered including extra-contractual damages. This may help individuals greatly and an attorney can guide you on the right legal direction to take.
My insurance company has not paid my claim, what do I do?
If your insurance company has not paid your claim in a timely manner and are withholding your claims, under Texas Insurance Code § 542, you may be able to sue. Insurance companies must pay their policy holders in a timely manner, and if you have not been provided your pay, you may have a valid case.
Do I need an attorney?
It is highly recommended that if you are facing any insurance issue, that you speak with an attorney as soon as possible. Our dedicated staff can help you sort out legal issues and guide you through the complex laws of the Texas Insurance Code.
If you are interested in speak with a dedicated attorney from our firm, do not hesitate in contacting us. We are proud to offer outstanding representation to individuals and families in Houston and may be able to help you as well. Our firm provides free case evaluation to all potential clients and all inquiries will be responded to within 24 hours.