Top Insurance Fraud Lawyer In Tuscaloosa
SPECIALIZED INSURANCE FRAUD ATTORNEYS
Insurance companies, by law, are required to act in good faith when underwriting insurance policies and handling policyholders’ claims. When an insurance company fails to abide by the laws governing insurance, they are said to be acting in “bad faith” or in the worst cases, committing insurance fraud. Either provides grounds for a lawsuit.
HOW PGH CAN HELP
Prince Glover Hayes has carved a special niche in the complex area of Insurance Fraud and Bad Faith and is a West Alabama leader in representing clients who are victims of unfair settlements or wrongfully denied claims. We never represent insurance companies and only represent individuals who have been treated unfairly by their insurance carriers.
Through years of investigating insurance company practices, we have discovered:
The wrongful denial or unfair settlement of claims is commonplace.
There is actual “boardroom approval” of fraud designed to mislead consumers while increasing the profits of large insurance companies.
Insurance companies have either denied coverage or charged higher premiums for African Americans, based solely on the fact that they are African Americans.
When we win an insurance case, you may receive compensation for denied policy benefits as well as for damages and attorney fees. In extreme instances, the court may award punitive damages against the insurance company for acting in bad faith or committing insurance fraud.
At Prince Glover Hayes, we have the knowledge to effectively deal with all aspects of insurance cases- interpreting policies, medical records, and property evaluations, as well as corresponding with insurance agents. Our experience and resources allow us to challenge even the most prominent insurance companies.
Here are a few examples of the verdicts and settlement we have been able to secure for our clients who have been victims of insurance bad faith or fraud:
Insurance Fraud Verdict: $8.3 Million Settlement
Alabama Farmers Wrongfully Denied Benefits: $20 Million Settlement
Wrongfully Denied Benefits: $1.6 Million Settlement
Wrongfully Denied Benefits: $1.25 Million Settlement