Columbia Injury Attorney for Insurance Claims

Was your claim wrongfully denied?

Many times insurance companies will wrongly deny claims for compensation. They can flat our reject a claim or only make a low ball offer that may not even be enough to cover your financial hardships incurred by this accident. If you have been injured in an accident due to the negligence of another, then you may have suffered severe financial difficulty due to hospital bills, loss of wages, and many other causes. It is important that you are given an opportunity to pursue monetary damages for the injuries you have sustained.

Insurance company employees may try to deny your claim with the following types of statements:

  • " There wasn't enough damage done to your car"
  • " The law allows us to only pay you only this amount"
  • " We don't consider lost wages"
  • " Your accident doesn't qualify for pain and suffering"
  • " Our investigation reveals that we are only responsible for 50%"

As a Columbia personal injury lawyer, James Snell understands how to handle a wrongfully denied insurance claim. The money that an insurance company doesn't pay out to injured people is kept and usually becomes their profit. They make their money by paying as little to injured people as possible.

Our office has experience representing those with denied, disputed and rejected insurance claims for the following types of cases:

The Law Office of James R. Snell, Jr., LLC, is ready and able to represent those with outstanding bills and damages who have been wrongfully denied or rejected by an insurance company. If your damages are the result of an individual's, or company's negligence or misconduct, then you can contact our office for a complimentary case evaluation. There is no cost to discuss your case with our office.

Companies Commonly Denying Claims

Have one of the following companies denied your insurance claim?

  • Allstate
  • State Farm
  • Nationwide
  • Geico
  • Liberty Mutual
  • Progressive
  • Hartford

Life insurance is designed to provide peace of mind and to ensure that loved ones are fully provided for. Death benefits should be promptly and efficiently paid after a death. Many times though, while the insurance company may have gladly accepted premiums they are reluctant or refuse to pay benefits. We work to ensure that our clients experiencing denied or contested life insurance claims receive the benefits they are entitled to. Examples of situations where a life insurance attorney can assist in denied life insurance claims include:

  • Allegations of false or incomplete information included on a policy application
  • Challenges as to who the correct beneficiary is
  • Allegations that the life insurance policy was not actually in effect at the time of death

Making Sure that You Receive the Benefits that You are Owed

Life insurance is designed to provide peace of mind and to ensure that loved ones are fully provided for. Death benefits should be promptly and efficiently paid after a death. Many times though, while the insurance company may have gladly accepted premiums they are reluctant or refuse to pay benefits. At the Law Office of James R. Snell, Jr., LLC, we work to ensure that our clients experiencing denied or contested life insurance claims receive the benefits they are entitled to.

Our Columbia life insurance attorney can assist with the following situations:

  • Allegations of false or incomplete information included on a policy application
  • Challenges as to who the correct beneficiary is
  • Allegations that the life insurance policy was not actually in effect at the time of death

Depending on the situation, you may only have a very limited time to contest an insurance company's decision regarding the benefits claim. If you are experiencing any problems in collecting life insurance benefits please contact our office at (803) 359-3301. There is no charge to speak to a Columbia personal injury lawyer about your situation.

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