Bad Faith Insurance

Bad Faith Insurance
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White & Weddle, P.C.

When Insurers Deny or Underpay Claims, We Take Action.

An insurance policy is a contract for which the policyholder pays premiums, fulfilling his or her end of the contract. The insurance company is expected to provide compensation when necessary to fulfill its end of the contract. Bad faith insurance happens when a victim's insurance company breaches the contract. Our attorneys are prepared to take these cases to trial to force the insurance company to do what is right for the policyholder.

We have extensive courtroom experience and a reputed history of tackling big name insurance company opponents like Farmers Insurance, Mid-Century, GuideOne, and Oklahoma Farm Bureau, State Farm, GEICO, and Zurich. While these companies have vast resources and their own teams of attorneys, our experience and knowledge level the playing field on behalf of the policyholders we represent. When an insurance company wrongfully denies coverage, we set things right.

We are prepared to handle insurance disputes of all types, including:

  • Disability insurance
  • Life insurance
  • Homeowners insurance
  • Business insurance
  • Auto insurance

Insurance Disputes and Personal Injury Claims

To a certain extent, all personal injury claims are insurance disputes because we’re typically facing the negligent party's insurance company. However, true insurance disputes often involve uninsured and underinsured motorist accidents (UM/UIM). In these cases, the negligent driver doesn’t have insurance coverage, or doesn’t have enough insurance coverage, forcing us to turn to the victim's insurance policy.

If the victim's insurance policy includes uninsured and underinsured motorist coverage, but the insurer denies the claim, the breach of contract is referred to as bad faith insurance. In these cases, we are ready to take the insurance company to trial. As contingent fee attorneys, we work on all denied insurance claims without pay until the victim receives justice.

Justice for Truck Drivers

White & Weddle, P.C. represents truck drivers when their insurance company denies their disability and/or medical payments claim pursuant to the Trucker’s Occupational Accident Insurance Policy. If you have filed a disability and/or medical payments claim pursuant to a Trucker’s Occupational Accident Insurance Policy and the insurance company has denied your claim, you need to act quickly and contact White & Weddle, P.C. to bring your case to justice.

White & Weddle, P.C.

We are prepared to handle insurance disputes of all types, including:

  • Disability insurance
  • Homeowners insurance
  • Auto insurance
  • Life insurance
  • Business insurance