Arbitration for Motor Vehicle Insurance Disputes
Finding yourself in a situation where you need to file a claim with your insurance company is stressful. Not only have you likely experienced damage or medical attention, but you also have to deal with the stress of getting back on your feet. Unfortunately, filing the claim is only the first part of a long process, and it is likely your insurance company will try to dispute it. After all, they are in the business of making money, and, if they can prove discrepancies in your claim, they will do what they can to pay out as little as possible. Don’t face them and their legal staff alone. We are here to provide you with the proper representation you need during this trying time.
A Neutral Party for Proper Resolution
When possible, most insurance companies will attempt to keep a case out of court by offering a settlement. Unfortunately, this amount is often much lower than what you requested in your original claim. The worth of your auto insurance is now in dispute, and you need a neutral party with a strong knowledge in auto accident law to help you and your insurance company come to a reasonable resolution.
If an agreement cannot be made, many policies contain a dispute resolution clause, and this means you may have to seek appraisal or arbitration. This can become confusing, but our staff can walk you through the legalities when it comes to using appraisers or arbitrators to best prepare you for either situation.
Every case is unique and we offer a free initial consultation to better understand your situation. Our staff is knowledgeable and we can quickly recognize whether or not you have a viable case. Stop by our office today, and one of our skilled attorneys will give your case the prompt attention it deserves.