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Insurance companies have a duty under the law to deal fairly and in good faith with their clients. This doesn’t always occur. These cases are often referred to as insurance claim denials or bad faith claims.
Insurance claim denials or bad faith claims arise when a policyholder believes their insurance company is breaching their contract by refusing to cover a claim. The claimant believes the insurance company is liable for payment and the insurance company claims they are not. These conflicts can result in devastatingly high medical bills, bankruptcy, foreclosure, and even the financial inability to have a medical procedure done.
These conflicts can result in devastatingly high medical bills, bankruptcy, foreclosure, and even the financial inability to have a medical procedure done.
Wilson Kehoe Winingham has settled multiple cases against insurance companies for unfair denial of large claims, ranging from fire losses and roof collapse to disability claims made by physicians and other professionals. Firm partner Bill Winingham has argued before the Indiana Supreme Court to continue to ensure that Indiana holds insurance companies accountable for their lack of good faith in denying claims.
If you think your insurance claim has been wrongly denied, contact our firm at 317.920.6400 or fill out our online form.
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