Holding insurance companies responsible in Arkansas
You pay the premiums and you count on your insurance to carry you through in cases of serious property loss or medical expense after an accident, a natural disaster, or an unexpected disability strikes. But the insurance companies are the ones who control the field, determining—
- Cost of premiums
- How the policy is written
- How much they pay the person who is hurt
- When the payment will be made
That is why there are laws and regulations to govern the activities of the insurance companies—to even up the playing field. Sometimes insurance companies wander away from those laws and regulations. There are times when the insurance company is slow in determining whether a claim is paid. Or they fail to live up to the contractual terms of the policy by denying—or unreasonably delaying—benefits to which you are entitled.
Obtaining just payment on your insurance claim
This is when you need us. Our knowledgeable insurance claims lawyers at Simpson & Simpson, P.A. have a history of success dealing with insurance companies large and small. We fight resolutely for your rights under your insurance contract. We have handled many cases of insurance claims and disputes, including—
Insurance bad faith
Unfortunately, when a serious accident or a tragedy occurs—and especially when you need and deserve expensive long-term care—some insurance companies try to find excuses not to pay your claim. They come up with multiple excuses in an attempt to keep from paying you what is rightfully yours. It is considered bad faith when the insurance company refuses to pay your claim for no reason.
If your insurance company has acted in bad faith, we can help. Often, we can resolve these problems by simply communicating authoritatively with the insurance company. However, we also have a lot of successful experience taking bad faith claims against insurance companies to court.
Aggressive representation for insurance claims
If you are in a dispute with your insurance company, put our experienced and determined insurance claims lawyers to work on your case.
When we accept your insurance claim case, we work on a contingency fee basis. You owe us nothing unless or until we recover a money settlement or award for you. Contact Simpson & Simpson, P.A. online—or call 866-941-1875—today.