When Your Insurance Company Doesn't Have Your Back

When you pay your insurance premium each month, you do so with the belief that your insurance company will uphold its end of the agreement and be there for you when you need it most.

But what if your insurer tries to shirk its responsibilities? Where do you turn when you find out that your insurer has misled or lied to you?

You Deserve Better Treatment Than This

An insurer has certain obligations under the policy, and one of the most important is the duty to accurately disclose information. Attorney Kim Wells knows this well because of his decades of experience representing clients in insurance disputes. Representing both sides — insureds and insurers — has given Mr. Wells extensive knowledge of what it takes for a successful resolution of any insurance claim.

If you feel your insurance company has intentionally misled you, contact our law firm in Brandon, Florida, for a free case review.

What is Bad Faith?

These are only a few examples of bad faith that can result in you not getting what you are entitled to under an insurance policy. Bad faith is when an insurer puts its own interest above that of its insured. You can take legal action with help from a law firm with a track record of success in these cases.

Contact Wells Law Group, P.A., Today

If you think that your insurer has not been honest with you, you may need to speak with a lawyer. With decades of legal experience, we are confident in our ability to resolve any instance of bad faith, including cases where your insurer has failed to disclose facts regarding your insurance coverage.

To make an appointment at our Brandon, Florida, office, call 813-413-7377 or fill out this contact form. When you retain our services, you will work directly with an attorney from our firm who will do what it takes to get you a successful resolution.