Sometimes an insurance company will refuse to pay in response to roof damage, house fires, or uninsured/underinsured motorist claims. Other times, the amount they respond with is unfair or improper.
When you have a claim against your own insurance company for your own benefits, it is called a “First Party Claim”. If the insurance company has investigated and the amount they are paying is not fair, the law in Missouri allows you to sue the insurance company with penalties up to and including attorney’s fees attached to that lawsuit because they have caused you to have to hire an attorney for the purpose of getting your own benefits.
Do you have questions about how your own insurance company is responding to your claim? We can determine your best options for managing this situation and getting you a fair payment.