New Orleans Bad Faith Insurance Attorney Serving the Entire State of Louisiana
When Insurance Companies Fail to Honor the Terms of Your Policy
As policyholders, we faithfully pay our premiums in order to ensure that we are protected in the event of a loss involving our homes, businesses and other insured property. In return, we have the right to expect that the insurance company will be there to provide the financial support and other services we need following the loss.
Many policyholders are learning that their insurance companies are much more content to collect premiums than they are to pay out claims. They are quick to deny even the most clearly legitimate claims in hopes that the policyholders will accept their decisions without question and absorb the loss themselves. Our New Orleans bad faith insurance lawyers fight these attempts to restrict payment on insurance claims.
Working To Protect Policyholders’ Rights
At SVHC, our attorneys represent clients throughout Louisiana in a wide array of insurance bad faith claims. We understand the insurance company’s duty to you, and we work hard to see that your interests are protected. We are highly skilled in reviewing policy terms and building a strong argument in support of your position for coverage or protection.
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We represent clients in all types of these cases, including:
- Coverage disputes
- Wrongful denial of a claim
- Unreasonable delays in paying a legitimate claim
- Failure to defend a claim against you
Contact Our New Orleans Office to Discuss Your Insurance Dispute
We offer a free initial consultation in every insurance bad faith case. Please contact our office to discuss your case with a dedicated Louisiana lawyer at SVHC. Call us at 800.691.5310 or send us a message online to get started. We look forward to serving you and helping you achieve a just outcome.
Attorney referrals, local and co-counsel opportunities are welcomed.
Admitted to practice in Louisiana, Massachusetts, New York, Florida, and Texas
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