Obtaining Extra Contractual Damages in Texas

RECEIVING FULL PAYMENT AFTER INSURANCE BAD FAITH PRACTICES

When an insurance company acts in bad faith in its handling of your claim, they are not only cheating you out of the benefits that you deserve, but they are also violating the ethics of business practices and are breaching a legal contract that you have entered into. At Brasher Law Firm, PLLC, our Beaumont bad faith insurance lawyers believe that you have the right to seek punitive damages for the wrongful and dishonorable actions of an insurance company.
When you hire a lawyer at our firm, you are retaining quality representation from a team of highly qualified legal professionals who know what it takes to win. Our primary attorney, Clint Brasher, is board certified and rated AV Preeminent® by Martindale-Hubbell®. Additionally, he is a member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum®, which recognizes his success in maximizing recoveries for his clients. You can trust our lawyers to provide dedicated and aggressive legal counsel to fight for the compensation you deserve.

HOW CAN WE MAXIMIZE YOUR COMPENSATION?

When you pursue a bad faith claim, you are typically looking to recover the settlement that your insurance company has promised you through your policy. However, our attorneys know that you have the right to extra contractual damages, meaning that you can recover compensation beyond the amount to which you are entitled in your contract. With the help of Brasher Law Firm, PLLC, we can help you fight for punitive damages, stand up to insurance companies and penalize them for their actions.
Punitive damages may be attainable for the following bad faith practices:
  • Improper claim processing procedure: Insurers are supposed to follow certain protocol from start to finish when they receive a claim. If they do not stick to the certain steps that are required, they are negligent in conducting their business in good faith.
  • Payment delays: If a claim is legitimate, it should be investigated thoroughly and paid as soon as is reasonably possible. There are certain circumstances that may take longer, but an insurance company may wrongfully delay payment for the sake of manipulation.
  • Failure to investigate the claim: If an insurer is negligent in their investigation or fails to conduct an investigation altogether, this could be grounds for bad faith and susceptible for punitive damages for violating contractual obligations.
  • Denial of the claim: If a provider denies your claim and fails to provide sufficient, rational, and legitimate reasoning, they are in direct violation of your contract and are denying you the benefits for which you have paid and are lawfully entitled to collect.
It is our mission to maximize compensation for our clients. We are prepared to aggressively fight on your behalf to seek punitive damages for bad faith practices, especially if they have caused you additional financial burdens or undue emotional distress.

MILLIONS OF DOLLARS IN COMPENSATION RECOVERED

Insurance companies have one goal in mind: to make a profit. They are not on your side. This is where a Texas insurance bad faith attorney at Brasher Law Firm, PLLC can come to your aid. With over two decades of experience in the field, Attorney Brasher understands the frustration of dealing with insurance agencies who are acting in bad faith. He has made it his mission to fight for the full compensation his clients deserve, including extra contractual damages for the pain and suffering caused by wrongful practices.
We work on contingency fees, meaning that there are no fees unless we win on your behalf, so you can rest easy knowing that our counsel is affordable. Furthermore, our dedicated attorneys will give your case the
one-on-one attention it deserves in order to build a personalized case that advocates for your unique needs. Fill out our
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