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Ready to take action? Seek Counsel From Our Texas Bad Faith Insurance Attorneys!

When your insurance company acts in bad faith, the frustration and overwhelm can be immense. While you anticipate their support, their primary focus is often safeguarding their profits. Fair settlements may not align with their priorities, leading to recurring instances of bad faith.

At Forester Haynie, our Texas bad faith lawyers boast extensive experience advocating for clients over the years. We understand the complexities these cases present, offering both empathetic and vigorous legal representation to those impacted by bad faith insurance practices. You don’t have to navigate this legal challenge alone; our firm stands ready to support you. Reach out today to explore how to proceed with your claim.

How to File a Claim

While it might appear unreasonable for insurance companies to employ such deceitful tactics, instances of bad faith insurance are unfortunately not uncommon. These situations frequently leave policyholders to navigate challenges alone, forced to fend for themselves without the support they expect and deserve. What should you do if you believe you have a claim? Adhering to certain guidelines can help you put forward the best claim possible.

Make sure you follow these steps if you are planning to file a bad faith claim:

Here’s a concise summary of the key steps and reminders for handling a potential insurance dispute:

  1. Maintain timely premium payments.
  2. Collaborate with your legal representative to pinpoint policy violations.
  3. Collect and organize all relevant documentation related to your case.
  4. Thoroughly discuss the details of your situation with your lawyer.
  5. Ensure your claim is filed within the statute of limitations.
  6. Document all communications with your insurance adjuster for supporting evidence.

Remember, documenting everything, including communications and details of conversations, can significantly strengthen your case. Additionally, acting within the statute of limitations, usually around two years in Texas, is crucial to preserve your right to legal action and secure a fair settlement.

About Forester Haynie

Forester Haynie takes Bad Faith Insurance claims very seriously. If you or someone you know were denied claims by insurance, you may be entitled to compensation. We will contact you in the event it is determined that you qualify for a settlement. Case settlements often take time, so you will have to be patient with us while we fight for you. Forester Haynie does not charge our clients any up front fees or case costs. Unlike many firms, we only get paid when you do. 

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