North Carolina Insurance Claim Dispute Attorneys

Insurance Lawyers For The Policyholders in Charlotte, Raleigh, Greensboro, Durham, Winston Salem and throughout North Carolina.

If you are having problems with an insurance company, the lawyers at Speights & Worrich can help. We represent individuals and small businesses in Charlotte, Raleigh, Greensboro, Durham, Winston Salem and other areas of North Carolina in all types of insurance disputes, including:

Homeowner claims
Property damage claims
Hurricane damage claims, including Hurricane Ike damage claims
Auto accident damage and personal injury protection (PIP) claims
Uninsured and underinsured motorist claims
Long-term disability (LTD) claims
Life insurance claims
Business liability claims
Insurance bad-faith claims
Hail damage claims
Superstorm Sandy Damage Claims
The Experience to Protect Your Rights

We all pay insurance premiums in the hopes that those companies will treat us fairly when we need to file a legitimate claim. Unfortunately, when you file a claim, sometimes your insurance company treats you like the enemy. Insurance adjusters routinely deny claims or offer low-ball estimates for the damages you have suffered, hoping you will just take what they offer. You don’t have to take it!

Our lawyers know how insurance companies treat people. Before we started representing policyholders, we worked for insurance companies. As a result of that experience, we know how insurance companies think and operate. Today, we use that knowledge to protect the rights of people who have been hurt. If Hurricane Sandy or other tropical storms damaged your property, we can help.

Contingency fee representation: We handle insurance claims disputes on a contingency fee basis. This means that we are only paid attorney’s fees if and when we obtain money for you. If we don’t get money for you, you don’t have to pay us anything.

Free Attorney Consultation

To talk to a lawyer about your insurance claim dispute, call (888) 75-STORM or fill out our simple contact form. We have offices in North Carolina.

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