You Paid Your Insurance Premiums, Shouldn't Your Insurance Company Pay Your Claim?

When you pay for insurance coverage ― whether it is auto insurance, homeowners insurance or any other type of insurance ― you expect your insurance provider to live up to its end of the bargain and cover your damages when the unexpected occurs. After all, you paid your premiums, so shouldn't your insurers pay your claim without giving you too much hassle?

Unfortunately, as we all know, this is not always the case, since some insurance companies are more concerned with their bottom line than anything else. Indeed, insurance companies will often offer lowball settlements, or deny claims altogether citing obscure and vague policy exclusions.

At Wood, Carlton & Hudson, P.C., we understand how frustrating it can be to deal with insurance companies, and how these disputes can impact your entire family. Fortunately, our lawyers are available to provide you with compassionate and qualified legal representation when you have encountered bad faith or unfair decisions from your insurance companies.

We Handle It All ― Everything From Auto To Homeowners Insurance Disputes

Since we handle a great many car accident personal injury claims, it is only natural that we have a great deal of experience dealing with uncooperative and reluctant automobile insurance providers. However, our experience does not end there. In fact, we can assist you with a wide range of other insurance disputes, including those related to:

  • Homeowners insurance claims: This insurance protects homeowners in the event of property damage, flooding, wind damage and other natural acts. But, what happens when your insurance company will not pay your homeowners insurance claim?
  • UNUM disability insurance claims: These claims are long-term disability claims that are different from Social Security Disability. While UNUM appeals are limited, it is possible to obtain a favorable outcome. Contact us as soon as possible to learn more.
  • ERISA claims: The Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA) involves employee benefits such as vacation, profit-sharing, retirement, pension and disability benefits. Employees are supposed to benefit from ERISA. However, employers will often not comply with ERISA law. We represent employees who are in insurance disputes regarding ERISA.

Contact Us For A Free Consultation Today

With office locations in Corinth, Pontotoc and Tupelo, we represent clients throughout northern Mississippi and western Tennessee. Call us today for a FREE consultation with an experienced attorney. You can reach us at 662-643-4341, or toll free at 866-490-8414. You can even email our firm if that is easier for you.