Assertive Legal Counsel For Insurance Disputes

Insurance policies are contracts between the policyholder and the insurance provider. Most insurance claims are paid according to the understood terms of the policy without incident. Like all contracts, however, insurance policies are subject to interpretation and potential disagreement as to meaning. It is not uncommon for disputes to arise between the insurance company and an insured party or to a party that is owed benefits.

Insurance disputes are typically of sufficient importance, either financially or because it might act as a precedent for future claims of benefits, to obtain legal counsel. The attorneys at Backus, Meyer & Branch, LLP, in Manchester advocate for individuals and businesses in a wide range of insurance disputes.

We Know The Insurance Companies' Tactics And How To Counter Them

We are experienced and familiar with the wording of many types of insurance policies, as well as the strategies that many insurance companies use to protect their own bottom line by paying out less than the contract calls for. We have experience representing clients in a wide array of insurance claim disputes, including:

  • Auto insurance
  • Property and casualty insurance
  • Health and medical insurance, including personal injury claims
  • Disability insurance
  • Life insurance

Often, we are able to resolve policy coverage disputes without the need to litigate. An insurance provider may only need to be made aware that you are serious about defending your rights in order to be convinced to reach an agreement. However, when a fair offer is not on the table, we are always prepared to advocate on our clients' behalf in court.

Your resolution begins with a meeting with one of our insurance dispute lawyers. Call 603-244-3282 or use our online contact form to make an appointment. We work with clients throughout New Hampshire, and we take all insurance disputes cases on a contingency fee basis. You will only pay an attorney fee if we collect for you, either through a negotiated settlement or a court judgment.