Was Your Insurance Policy Claim Denied in Michigan?

If your Michigan claim has been denied, read the terms of your insurance policy and call your agent. If you feel like you have a legitimate claim, but your insurer refuses to pay, visit your state’s government website. Depending on where you are, it may provide information on who to contact in the event that your insurance claim has been denied. Often times, your State will investigate your claim to determine whether your insurer should be on the hook for what you have lost.

If your state does not provide such a service to its residents, it is imperative that you speak with an attorney as soon as possible. Insurance companies are devoted to one thing, and it isn’t helping you. Their main goal is to save money. They will go to great lengths to do so even if it means denying legitimate claims.They might try to make you provide documentation for items lost in a fire, all the while knowing that you can’t provide it because it too was lost in the same fire!! They might withhold wages owed to you in a disability claim because your former employer has been slow in getting back forms to them. They might even fail to pay your claim because you share the same last name as someone who they believe has made too many claims. If that ever happens, you will need the help of an experienced insurance claims attorney. Contact our Michigan Inurance Claims attorneys for a free consultation or visit us at http://www.akivagoldman.com/washtenaw-county-attorney.html.

We proudly represent clients located in throughout the state of MI including but not limited to Oakland County, Wayne County, Macomb County, Brighton MI, Troy MI, Farmington Hills, Kent, Bloomfield Hills, Novi, Washtenaw County, Royal Oak, Kalamazoo, Southfield, Troy, West Bloomfield, Dearborn Heights, Detroit, Mount Clemens, Sterling Heights, Flint, Warren, Genesee, Isabella, Jackson, Grand Rapids,Lenawee, Livingston, Monroe, Muskegon and Lansing.

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