Delayed or Underpaid Insurance Claims in Nevada

Delayed Insurance Claims in Nevada

Insurance companies are obligated to provide their policyholders with prompt and full payment of an insurance claim. If an insurance company denies or reduces the amount of a claim, it must provide the policyholder with a reason for the claim denial. The failure to do so could give rise to a legal action against your insurance company.

While many insurance companies treat their customers fairly and satisfy their obligations of good faith and fair dealing, some insurance companies do not. For instance, an insurance adjuster may not promptly return your phone calls or the insurance company might delay payment of your insurance claim. If this is the case, you should ask an insurance lawyer about a possible bad faith insurance claim.

Reno insurance dispute attorney Matthew L. Sharp has focused on representing individuals and businesses in a variety of insurance disputes, including bad faith, delayed insurance claims, underpayment of claim, and other insurance disputes. Contact his office at (775) 324-1500 to schedule a free consultation to discuss your insurance dispute.

Insurance disputes are a unique area of the law since they combine aspects of tort law and contract law. If you are involved in an insurance dispute regarding a delay or underpayment of your claim, or if you suspect insurance bad faith, you should contact an insurance bad faith attorney as soon as possible.

For more than 15 years, Reno insurance disputes attorney Matthew Sharp has successfully represented clients who have been the victim of an insurance company’s unlawful conduct – whether a delayed insurance claim, an underpayment of insurance claim, a wrongful denial of an insurance claim, or other bad faith conduct. He has handled insurance disputes involving all types of insurance policies, including health insuranceauto insurancelife insurance, and disability insurance.

Few lawyers have the trial experience that Matthew Sharp has. He will first seek to resolve an insurance dispute with an out-of-court settlement, but if a favorable settlement is not possible, he fights for his clients’ rights in a court of law. Over the years, he has been involved in numerous trials that have yielded positive results for his clients.

If your insurance company has delayed payment of your claim, or you are involved in some other insurance dispute, contact Matthew Sharp for an attorney consultation to learn more about insurance bad faith and your legal options.