Filing a property claim with your insurance company can be a stressful and time-consuming process. After a disaster, you expect your insurance company to help cover the damages to your property. Unfortunately, this isn’t always the case. If your insurance company refuses to pay you what you deserve, there are some steps you can take to resolve the issue.
Review Your Policy
First, review your insurance policy to ensure you understand the coverage and limitations. Knowing what your policy covers and how much you’re entitled to is important. If there are any discrepancies or areas of confusion, contact your insurance company to get clarification.
Document all conversations and interactions with your insurance company, including phone calls, emails, and letters. Keep detailed notes of whom you spoke to, the conversation’s date and time, and the conversation’s content. Also, make sure to have all videos and pictures of your property damage easily accessible. This information can be helpful in case you need to escalate your claim.
Get a Second Opinion
If your insurance company is disputing the value of your claim, consider hiring an experienced expert at Insurance Litigation Group (ILG) to provide a second opinion. Our property claim experts can assess the damage and assist you with your insurance claim.
It’s important to know your rights and options when dealing with your insurance company. By reviewing your policy, documenting everything and getting a second opinion, you can increase your chances of getting paid the amount you’re entitled to under your policy. Contact ILG today about your situation so we can fight to get you paid. Even if your case is closed, we may be able to reopen it. We can assist you in any coverage dispute, disagreement over liability or damages, or related matter.