Insurance Dispute Lawyers
Disputes with insurance companies may require suing the insurance company, and Hourigan, Kluger & Quinn's Insurance lawyers can determine if your insurer is treating you fairly and sue for you if the company is acting in bad faith.
Bad Faith Case? No Recovery, No Fee
Like most people, you are responsible enough to take out the appropriate insurance policies “just in case.” But when a tragedy happens, your insurance company turns its back on you and you realize you weren’t “in good hands.” The sad reality is that insurance companies tend to make a practice of trying to deny legitimate claims. That can constitute what’s know as insurance “bad faith.”
The law requires insurance companies to act in good faith, meaning they must fulfill the duties and obligations set forth in your insurance policy. It requires them to pay claims properly and promptly. If they act in bad faith by willfully denying, delaying or discounting a claim, they can be held responsible not only for paying the claim, but can face substantial punitive damages.
At Hourigan, Kluger & Quinn, our attorneys have the experience and resources to take on big insurance companies and make them pay your claim. We have an unparalleled reputation for exceptional results both in and out of the courtroom in Northeastern & Central Pennsylvania. Contact Hourigan, Kluger & Quinn If your insurance claim has been denied and you believe your insurance company treated you unfairly.
See OUR RESULTS PAGE for a representative sampling of some of the award-winning 7 and 8 figure settlements and verdicts we have achieved in personal injury cases
- Inadequate Claim Processing
- Improper Claim Investigration
- Inadequate Claim Investigation
- Delay in Payment
- Unreasonable Denial of Claim
- Failure to Settle
- Failure to Defend
Hourigan, Kluger & Quinn Award-Winning Personal Injury Team
Below is our team of personal injury lawyers. Contact Hourigan, Kluger & Quinn today for a FREE Consultation with a dedicated insurance dispute lawyer. Call (800) 760-1529.