Let Us Hold Your Insurance Company Accountable

After a serious accident, you rely on your insurance company to act professionally and pay the benefits you deserve. Unfortunately, it is not uncommon for an insurance company to delay, devalue or deny benefits without properly investigating a claim. When this happens, it is said that the insurance company is acting in bad faith. Schedule a consultation with an attorney to discuss your legal options.

The lawyers at the Stone Law Group have extensive experience representing clients in Atlanta and communities throughout Georgia. We understand the frustration that comes from being mistreated by your insurance company.

The Duty Of Good Faith

Every insurance company across the nation owes a duty of good faith and fair dealing to its clients. Essentially, this means that your insurance company must adjust your claim promptly, whether that means paying it or denying it. If it is denied, the insurance company must have taken the appropriate steps to investigate your accident and claim. A denial without specific reasons can also be said to be insurance bad faith.

Your insurer has an obligation to act in good faith. This obligation entails prompt, precise communication as well as a proper investigation of your claim. If you feel that your carrier has not acted in good faith or your claim has been denied with no clear reason, contact our firm.

Call Or Email The Firm

The Stone Law Group can be reached by calling 404-436-2766 or through email. Contact us to discuss your mistreatment at the hands of your insurance company.

We handle most cases on a contingent fee basis, which allows injured individuals and businesses access to legal representation and justice.