When an accident occurs, you should be able to count on your insurance providers to cover your losses. Sadly, insurance companies don’t hold your best interests above theirs. If you are having difficulty processing your claim with your insurance carrier, you may have legal recourse. Our Warrensburg personal injury attorneys at Kempton & Russell may be able to assist you.
Insurance companies are legally obligated to investigate and process your claim in good faith. If they have delayed or denied your claim without any contractual or legal basis to do so, they can be liable for bad faith. Insurance claims are time sensitive and should be monitored and pursued under advice of competent legal counsel.
Common examples of bad faith insurance practices include:
At Kempton & Russell, we have valuable experience litigating insurance bad faith claims. We are familiar with the recent developments and nuances in insurance law. We can spot suspicious insurance practices carriers often employ when handling claims. We have experience negotiating with adjusters and opposing counsel to reach a fair resolution to your claim. Furthermore, we have a proven track record in trial advocacy and can try your case in court if negotiations are unsuccessful. We strenuously advocate for your rights to ensure that insurance companies are held accountable.
Our Warrensburg bad faith insurance lawyers at Kempton & Russell are dedicated to obtaining the maximum recovery to which you are entitled under your policy, and by law. We are comfortable handling nearly any kind of insurance policy, including those pertaining to homeowners, commercial, automobile, general liability and other policies.
For more information, contact us online, or call at (660) 722-4115 to request a free consultation today.
Our Sedalia personal injury lawyers are ready to help you seek justice and financial recovery, no matter how complex your case may be, and no matter who the legal opponent is. Our legal advocates know how to assert clients’ rights against national insurance companies, large manufacturers, and other deep-pocketed opponents, coming away with legal victories for our clients time and again.
$6.463 million jury verdict in favor of a Missouri coal mining company because of the tortious interference by a state regulatory official with the coal company's agreement to sell to another company.
$4 million jury verdict in favor of an individual whose leg was amputated following a collision with a trailer that came loose from a pickup truck.