Failure to Investigate Claims in Texas


The common belief among consumers regarding insurance companies is that they exist to help you in times of need. However, this is not always the case; the primary goal of insurance providers is to maximize their profits, which sometimes involves tactics designed to avoid or reduce payments to policy holders. One method of doing so is by refusing or failing to send an adjuster to assess the damage and denying or reducing benefits without investigating. At Brasher Law Firm, PLLC, we want to help you hold insurance agencies accountable for bad faith practices.
Our Beaumont bad faith insurance lawyers have the experience and knowledge that you need to feel comfortable that your case is in competent hands. In fact, Clint Brasher has an AV Preeminent® rating from Martindale Hubbell® and has been named to the list of “Top 100 Trial Lawyers,” which are accomplishments he has earned through successfully representing numerous clients in insurance bad faith claims.


When you file a claim following an event that causes damage to your property, one of the first things that an insurance provider should do is send an adjuster to investigate. The adjuster has a responsibility to estimate the amount that the insurance company owes you.
An adjuster has specific duties that include:
  • Timely respond to all claims
  • File necessary paperwork
  • Determine cause of damage
  • Analyze all aspects of a claim including cost of repairs and living expenses
  • Document all covered losses according to the definitions of the policy and notify insurance provider
An adjuster’s investigation is critical to receiving a settlement for your damage claim. If an insurance provider fails to send an adjuster to investigate and denies or reduces your claim, this is grounds for bad faith, and you have the right to take legal action.
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Our Texas insurance bad faith attorneys are dedicated to providing high quality and personalized legal representation to all of our clients. When you hire Brasher Law Firm, PLLC, you will have the opportunity to work with your attorney directly to build an aggressive case against the insurance providers who failed to send an adjuster to investigate your claim.
We are passionate about helping our clients ensure that their providers are adhering to the promises that they make and providing policy holders with the benefits for which they pay. As a firm that places the highest priority on winning your case, we will work with you on a contingency-fee basis. This means that you do not pay us unless we recover a settlement for you. Additionally, your initial consultation is free, so you have nothing to lose by taking the first step.
Contact our firm today to learn how we can help fight for you!