Connecticut Auto Insurance Laws
West Hartford, Connecticut, Lawyers ◊ Connecticut Auto Insurance Claim Disputes
When someone is injured in an automobile accident, he or she has a right to make a legitimate claim for compensation to an insurance company for lost wages, pain and suffering, and medical bills. Connecticut Auto Insurance Laws can be difficult to discern without the advice of a skilled lawyer. Therefore, if you have a legitimate claim denied, you should speak with an attorney to discuss your options.
Our attorneys at Wein & Palermo, LLC both have more than 26 years of experience with personal injury claims. They provide aggressive representation and work closely with each client. Call 800-398-0000 or contact us online for a free consultation and detailed case analysis with one of our lawyers competently trained to handle Connecticut Auto Insurance Laws and related legal cases.
Common Problems with Auto Insurance
Connecticut Auto Insurance Claim disputes can arise over a number of different factors, but most problems our clients encounter fall into a few basic categories:
- Denied Claims: If the insurance company does not want to pay a legitimate claim for pain and suffering, medical bills, or property damage, they may simply deny it outright with little explanation.
- Delayed Claims: If multiple insurance companies are fighting over who has to pay for your medical treatment, pain and suffering, and vehicle repairs, we can help.
- Property Damage: The insurance company may try to avoid reimbursing you for the full value of your car or for the repairs you need. If we handle your injury claim, we will handle your property damage claim free of charge.
- Rental Cars: The insurer may try to avoid paying for your rental car while you look for a new car or while you wait for repairs to be completed. We will help you help you get what you are entitled to.
Insurance Companies Look out for Their Own Interests
Connecticut Auto Insurance Laws are murky at best. The insurance company responsible for handling your auto accident claim is more concerned with serving its own interests than in serving your interests. The insurance company will likely try to minimize the amount of money it has to pay to resolve your claim. You need a lawyer who will look out for your interests.
Call 800-398-0000 or contact our offices online to schedule a free consultation and case evaluation with Attorney Wein or Attorney Palermo.