Auto Insurance Bad Faith Claims in Texas

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When you’re involved in an auto accident, you expect the insurance company to cover damages listed under the policy you chose and pay for.

However, insurers will sometimes deny claims or provide inadequate compensation which can be extremely frustrating for those who were the victim in a collision.

If you or a loved one has been denied an insurance claim or are currently struggling to receive the compensation you rightfully deserve, the licensed personal injury trial lawyers in Fort Worth at Anderson & Cummings are ready to stand in your corner.

Call us at (877) 920-9009 to schedule a free case review or fill out the Free Case Evaluation form to get started on your bad faith insurance claim now.

What is Bad Faith?

When an insurance company refuses to pay a claim, it is known as insurance bad faith. Some of the ways insurance companies may exhibit bad faith include:

  • Denying a legitimate claim
  • Delaying paying out a claim
  • Providing inadequate compensation
  • Terminating an insurance policy without reason

How Our Attorneys Can Help

If you have the victim of bad faith on the party of an insurance company, you shouldn’t have to fight these large corporations on your own. Many of these companies will do everything they can to avoid paying you what you rightfully deserve.

You pay insurance premiums for your vehicle in case of an accident, when an insurance company tries to avoid paying for legitimate claims they need to be held accountable.

At Anderson & Cummings, were not afraid or intimidated by these companies and their team of lawyers. Our personal injury lawyers are dedicated to getting clients the desired results they seek.

Our experienced attorneys will use their resources to successfully argue a case for clients dealing with an insurance company who acted in bad faith.

Contact us today at (877) 920-9009 to schedule a free case review or fill out the Free Case Evaluation form on this page to get started immediately.

*These are actual dollar amounts paid to clients after the deduction of attorney fees and expenses.


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