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Wrongfully Denied Benefits
Insurance companies are not in business to distribute full compensation to injured parties who expect to be fully covered. That comes as a surprise to many individuals, oftentimes, at one of their greatest moments of need — when they have been injured through no fault of their own and face significant and expensive medical treatment.
To speak with an attorney who has an insider's knowledge of the tactics that insurance companies employ to deny valid claims, call (918) 583-6007.
Insurance companies are in business to make a profit. Every day, these companies wrongfully deny benefits to individuals who have been injured in car accidents, workplace accidents, construction accidents and other incidents. Injured parties can fight back with the assistance of an experienced personal injury lawyer. At Hawkins Law Firm in Tulsa, we help residents throughout northeast Oklahoma who have been wrongfully denied benefits.
Attorney Phillip C. Hawkins knows the tactics that insurance providers use to boost their own bottom line. Early in his career, he represented insurance companies in personal injury cases. For nearly 20 years, he has helped individuals fight denied insurance claims and collect the full amount they are owed.Protect Yourself by Speaking With Us First
If they recognize that they can't outright deny a valid claim, insurance providers often attempt to pay out less than the individual deserves. If you or someone you love has been injured in an accident that was caused by someone else's negligence, it is always a good idea to put a proven personal injury lawyer in your corner.
At Hawkins Law Firm, we add value to cases. We will review the facts of your case during a free, no-obligation consultation. If we feel we cannot put more money in your pocket even after you pay attorney fees, we will tell you as much and advise you how to proceed on your own.
It is important to make sure that your claim is presented correctly and meets the deadlines that are imposed by insurance providers. Contact us to schedule a meeting before you accept an offer from an insurance provider.