Policyholders sometimes are confused or misled after presenting an insurance claim. Under the terms and conditions of your policy (contract) it clearly spells out duties of the policyholder and the insurance company. However, many insurance contracts can be confusing. Many consumers look at their policy and find terms like: insuring agreement, coverage, liability, deductible, exclusions, and exceptions to the exclusions; and become overwhelmed.
Sometimes policyholders interpret their policy in a different way from their claims representative. We have heard many of our client’s say, “I thought that I had full-coverage” and when they present a claim to their insurance company find out they did not have “full coverage.” They then ask, “who is going to pay for my . . . .” Many Floridians do not understand the automobile No-fault law.
If you have questions regarding your rights, you should immediately seek the counsel of an experienced personal injury attorney. Should you have a dispute with your insurance company, call the TRIPP LAW FIRM – Personal Injury Law for an immediate telephone consultation.
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