Put An Insurance Dispute Trial Lawyer On Your Side
If you have suffered a personal injury due to someone else’s negligence or wrongdoing, you will likely have to deal with complex insurance matters. We are here to help you navigate this difficult time. Our founding attorney, William T. Corbett, Jr., has extensive experience in a wide range of insurance disputes, including those involving car accidents, boating accidents and slip-and-fall accidents. We are here to help you get the compensation you need for medical bills, lost income and other costs resulting from your injury.
Insurance Companies Have Lawyers — So Should You
Whether you are dealing with a car accident claim or a homeowners insurance claim, you can be sure that the insurance company has a team of professionals working to protect the insurance company’s interests. The representatives of insurance companies include lawyers, adjusters and examiners. While these parties may appear at first to have your best interests in mind, their job is to pay you as little as possible or nothing at all. This is why you should have someone on your side, someone who understands insurance policies, procedures and protocol.
Our founding attorney, William T. Corbett, Jr., has experience on both sides of insurance claims. He is also a trial lawyer with more than 30 years of experience. Because he knows how insurance companies operate, he is optimally positioned to negotiate for you and help you get the maximum available compensation from the insurance company.
Has Your Insurance Claim Been Denied?
Unfortunately, denials of insurance claims are not uncommon, particularly when the injured person has no legal representation. However, that does not mean you cannot contest the denial, and it is best to contest a coverage denial with the help of an experienced lawyer.
Insurance companies may use a number of tactics to avoid paying you the compensation you need. Following are some common reasons an insurance company may give for denying your claim:
- Exclusions in a policy
- The policy has expired
- Coverage has lapsed
- Inadequate claims data
- Preexisting medical condition
If an insurance company uses any of these excuses and they are proven invalid, the company may then have to pay punitive damages on top of what you are already owed. If you are facing a battle over an insurance claim in North Carolina, we encourage you to contact us in Mooresville today. We can help.
Talk To Us Before Accepting An Insurance Company’s Initial Settlement Offer
Insurance companies are notorious for making “lowball” settlement offers that come nowhere close to covering the full cost of an injury. Before you accept a lowball offer, call us at 704-951-5372 or complete our contact form for a free consultation. We represent clients in Mooresville, Statesville and throughout Iredell County and the surrounding areas.