Massachusetts Insurance Claims Lawyers

While the financial impact of a car accident can be severe, insurance companies are meant to mitigate the victim’s damages on behalf of the person who caused the accident. Depending on an individual’s coverage, even the person who caused the accident may be protected under their own insurance. Unfortunately, many insurance companies are slow to pay out or refuse to pay altogether on valid insurance claims following a car accident. This can be devastating to a family who is suffering financially due to accident-related expenses. The Massachusetts insurance claims lawyers at Crowe & Mulvey, LLP, understand that you and your family may rely on the funds you request from your insurance company. When valid claims are denied, it may become necessary to acquire legal representation in order to force an insurance company to honor their obligations. Our attorneys have the experience and knowledge to hold insurance companies responsible for your legitimate insurance claim.

When a Lawyer May be Beneficial for Insurance Claims

Occasionally, insurance companies will attempt to undercut an insurance claim or deny it altogether. If your insurance company is engaging in any of the following behavior, it may be necessary to retain the services of an insurance claims lawyer:

  • If a claims adjuster pressures you to accept a quick settlement that is unfair
  • If compensation for your accident-related medical costs do not fully cover expenses
  • If Massachusetts’s statutes of limitations may prevent you from challenging the settlement claim

Our Massachusetts insurance claims lawyers can help individuals understand their legal options when their insurance claims are not properly addressed and fulfilled.

Contact a Massachusetts Insurance Claims Lawyer

At Crowe & Mulvey, LLP, our Massachusetts insurance claims lawyers understand how frustrating it can be to collect insurance claims after a car accident, and we can offer individuals critical legal advice and options to help ensure qualifying claims will be paid. To speak with one of our attorneys today, please call (617) 426-4488.