Bad Faith Denial of Insurance Benefits in Louisiana

Most people purchase automobile insurance, and many of us have home, health, life, disability, or other types of insurance. Obviously, we buy this insurance and pay for it every month with the expectation that if we suffer a loss, our insurance will pay.

People generally know when they have life insurance or health insurance and have been wrongfully denied benefits. But do you know whether you have uninsured or underinsured motorist coverage, commonly referred to as “UM”? This insurance covers your losses when the other driver was at fault in the wreck. This insurance coverage kicks in, so to speak, when the at–fault driver has no insurance or does not have enough insurance to pay for all of your damages – your harms and losses. The law requires insurance companies to fairly and reasonably evaluate all of the facts of your case and to pay for legitimate claims. When they fail to do so, the law allows money penalties against your insurance company.

Many of the Louisiana public has learned the difficulties in recovering insurance proceeds from their insurance company after suffering a loss following hurricanes. Many times there are valid reasons to deny coverage, and many times, there are not. If you believe you have been wrongfully denied an insurance benefit under your insurance policy, whether home, auto, life, disability, health, etc., please call us.


Louisiana Insurance Attorney Scott Webre
Scott Webre of  Webre & Associates
Louisiana Denial of Insurance Attorney

If you suspect that you have been wrongfully denied insurance benefits, contact us today for a free consultation or visit us at 2901 Johnston Street in Lafayette. If you choose Webre & Associates to present your denial of insurance claim, you will only owe us money if we collect from someone else on your behalf. No recovery, no fee.

Webre & Associates represent injured parties in Louisiana and Texas. Attorney Scott Webre handles personal injury cases involving 18-wheeler accidents, automobile accidents, industrial accidents, medical, legal, and other professional malpractice, defective products, work related accidents, as well as claims involving fraud, breach of contract and wrongful denial of insurance benefits.