What is an Insurance Attorney and what do they do?
Insurance attorneys defend their clients’ rights throughout the insurance claim process. They undertake a variety of insurance claim-related tasks, including discussions and the reconstruction of accidents or damage.
Insurance lawyers can provide legal counsel, produce important case documentation, do legal research, and provide coverage opinions.
A full-time Insurance Attorney often works in the legal division of a corporate, a non-profit, or a government body. Typically, they don’t accept a pay. Instead, if they win your case, they will receive a part of the settlement as contingency fees.
Insurance attorneys handle a variety of claim types, including:
claims for property damage
incidents of auto accidents
perks of health insurance
incidents of disability
claims for business liability
Call Chad T. Wilsom Law Firm, PLLC.
Speak with a property damage attorney if you’re having trouble getting your claim processed or if the insurance company is attempting to pay less for the claim than is reasonable.
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Chad T. Wilson is an attorney whose firm specializes in property insurance disputes.« Back to Glossary Index