Cincinnati Insurance Bad Faith Lawyers
Do You Need a Personal Injury Lawyer for an Insurance Dispute in Ohio?
An insurance policy is a contract. You agree to pay premiums, and the insurance company agrees to reimburse you for certain losses. When an insurance dispute arises, the insurance company will send in a powerful team of lawyers. Who will be there to represent your interests?
Call Our Ohio Insurance Dispute Attorneys to Discuss Your Case
The law office of Gregory S. Young Co., LPA, has provided strong advocacy to clients in personal injury insurance disputes for over five decades. We have thorough understanding of the inner workings of insurance companies and know how they prepare to challenge each claim presented for recovery.
Our Dayton and Cincinnati insurance bad faith attorneys work diligently to prepare strong personal injury and wrongful death claims, benefiting from our state-of-the-art technology, vast network of experts and our crucial understanding of insurance, injury, accidental death and probate laws. We clearly demonstrate liability and extent of injuries. And, if the insurance company refuses to cooperate by refusing or delaying payment, we know what it takes to protect the interests of clients and hold insurance companies to their obligations.
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When does an insurance dispute mean you have a bad faith claim? You are entitled to additional damages beyond those outlined in your policy if your insurance company failed to act in good faith. A few examples of insurance disputes that involved bad faith:
- An insurance provider, in the face of clear evidence that a claim was legitimate, denied the claim.
- A company delayed processing of a claim until the insured person gave up in exhaustion.
- Geico and Allstate agreed on a payment plan following a car accident — then one settled; the other claimed the first had no authority to do so and refused to send the settlement check.
- Our client was hit by a driver who was obviously uninsured, but would not cooperate in the claim process. Our client’s insurance company refused to pay uninsured motorist benefits without a sworn statement from the at-fault driver that he was uninsured.
- The insurance company noted minor damage to our client’s car and claimed their adjuster could not access the other car. In fact, our lawyers proved the second car was fully available to be inspected.
Are you being treated unfairly? Ask about an insurance bad faith claim.
Insurance disputes can vary widely and depend on a number of variables. This is the test: If you feel your insurance company is being unfair or unreasonable, you may have an insurance bad faith claim. Our attorneys are caring of your needs. We will listen to your situation, thoroughly analyze your case — ensuring more than one set of eyes reviews your case — and provide you with an honest assessment of whether you have a claim for bad faith.
Free Consultation — Insurance Dispute Representation
At Gregory S. Young Co., LPA, the Young family is here for you now, years from now and decades from now. If you would like to speak with one of our Ohio or northern Kentucky personal injury attorneys about an insurance dispute, we invite you to call 513-721-1077 in Cincinnati, 937-531-7999 in Dayton, or 859-547-3334 in Kentucky or e-mail our Cincinnati office to arrange a free consultation. We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. When you call, ask about:
Free parking at our downtown Cincinnati location
- Appointments available at 10 locations, including nine suburban locations
- Evening and weekend appointments
- Home and hospital visits
- No attorneys fees unless you collect*
Our satellite offices are located in Mason, West Chester, Tri-County, Blue Ash / Kenwood, Northgate, Clermont County, Florence, Finneytown and Western Hills. Addresses, maps and directions
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