First Party Insurance Claims
Florida, Georgia, and Tennessee First-Party Claims Attorney.
As a fiduciary, an insurance company has an obligation to act in good faith and fair dealing with its insured.
Unfortunately, there are times when that is not the case. The insurer may make offers that do not reflect the value of the claim or outright deny the claim altogether.
There are no fees and costs unless you win.
*Georgia- Contingent attorneys’ fees refers only to those fees charged by attorneys for their legal services. Such fees are not permitted in all types of cases. Court costs and other additional expenses of legal action usually must be paid by the client.
First-party insurance covers the named policyholder against damages or losses. The person to who this type of coverage applies to may be a company, individual, or group of individuals with different classes including health and car insurances as well as personal injury protection.
How We Can Help
First-party claims involve a direct claim with your insurance company. These types of coverages provide compensation for injuries and medical expenses incurred as a result of an accident.
We can help you with:
- Uninsured Motorist claim: This type of coverage provides the insured for compensation of pain and suffering, permanent injury, out-of-pocket medical expenses, past, and future medical expenses. In other words, your Uninsured Motorist insurer stands in the shoes of the person who caused the injuries who were either uninsured at the time or did not carry sufficient coverage to compensate you.
- Personal injury protection benefits: In Florida, this is required coverage that may pay up to $10,000 in medical expenses regardless of fault. The medical provider usually accepts an assignment of benefits and submits the billing directly to the insurer.
- Medical payments: If you have this type of coverage, your policy may pay for medical expenses as a result of your automobile accident.