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FAQs

Do I have a claim?

California Insurance Bad Faith Attorneys

If you are like most people, you probably have health insurance, as well as disability insurance, and life insurance. You may also have auto insurance and homeowners insurance. One thing is true about all of your insurance policies: You did not buy them with the hopes of using them, but to protect and your family against the financial burdens that can be brought on by accidents, injury, illness, and death.

 

Like most people, you never planned on using them, so you may not be completely certain how they work. That is okay, because the lawyers at Donahue & Horrow, LLP, can help you undertand your insurance coverage and your rights to compensation — free of charge.

 

 

“Do I Have a Claim?”

Your first question may be, “Do I have a claim or case against my insurance company?” Our attorneys will review your situation and your insurance policy. We will let you know if you have a claim. More important, we will let you know how much you may be entitled to by filing your claim.

 

 

Making a Claim

Our law firm features former insurance defense attorneys with more than 40 years of experience. We know the triggers that can lead to “the other side” denying your claim. We know how to help you make a claim while avoiding those triggers. Whether you need help making a disability insurance claim, a life insurance claim, an accidental death or dismemberment insurance claim, a long-term care insurance claim, a property insurance claim or any other type of insurance claim, you can benefit from our knowledge of the industry.

 

 

If Your Claim Is Denied

Even the most well-prepared claim runs the risk of being denied. Wrongfully denied claims are considered insurance bad faith. We can take action if your claim is denied. Our services are available to policyholders in the Los Angeles area and throughout California.

 

 

Contact Our El Segundo Law Office for a Free Initial Consultation

We will review your claim and educate you about using your insurance policy free of charge. If your claim has been denied, your case will be handled on a contingency basis, which means you pay nothing and we receive nothing unless you win your case by way of settlement or verdict. Call us toll free at 877-664-5407 or e-mail us to schedule a consultation.