Who Is the Best Lawyer to Sue an Insurance Company?

Why Won't A Lawyer Take My Case? The personal injury attorneys at The Barnes Firm explain why your injury case may have been rejected, and what you can do

When seeking legal counsel to sue an insurance company, there are many important considerations to take into account. Of course, you want the best attorney that you can find within the boundaries of your budget. But there are a few different reasons why somebody would sue an insurance company, which means that there is no single “best” lawyer for all lawsuits against insurance providers.

In order to find the “best” lawyer for suing an insurance provider, you have to look for an attorney who is best suited for your specific circumstances. So, two questions you should ask yourself right now are, “Why do I want to sue?” and, “Whose insurance company do I want to sue?” There are a few misconceptions about suing insurance providers, as many folks think they can sue an at-fault driver’s insurance company for injuries sustained during an accident — that’s technically now how it works. Keep reading for a deeper explanation as to why that is the case, and for help tracking down the best lawyer for your legal circumstances.

Why Are You Suing an Insurance Company?

As we stated before, there are a few reasons why somebody would want to sue an insurance provider. You want to be represented by an attorney who has helped clients sue insurance companies within a context similar to your situation. In other words, if you are suing your own insurance company for not fulfilling the terms of your policy, the “best” lawyer for you is someone with a reputation for winning lawsuits against insurance providers who breached their contract with the policyholder. The list below outlines the many reasons why people sue insurance companies.

Reasons to Sue an Insurance Company: 

●     Breach of Contract

●     Bad Faith

●     Low Settlement

●     Claim Denial

●     Failure to Defend Policyholder in Legal Proceedings

If you are suing your insurance provider for one of the reasons listed above, you have some ground to stand on. However, if you want to sue someone else’s insurance provider, you’re technically just suing that individual, not their insurance company — even if the insurance company defends their policyholder in court.

Whose Insurance Company Are You Suing?

You should only be suing your own insurance company, because even if you receive financial compensation from the defendant’s insurance provider, you won a lawsuit against the defendant — not their insurance company. There are also cases where the defendant, who is responsible for injuries sustained by the complainant, has no insurance, but if the complainant has underinsured motorist coverage, they can sue their own insurance provider for failure to provide compensation (if applicable).

When it comes to cases like these, many people get confused and think that the insurance company is the party being sued because it provides legal representation on behalf of the defendant, and in many cases helps the defendant pay compensation. However, the party being sued is always the party that is accused of wrongdoing — so people generally file lawsuits against their own insurance provider, not somebody else’s.

How to Find the Best Legal Counsel

There are many ways to determine who is the best lawyer for your specific circumstances. So, now that you understand how to narrow your search efforts, you should familiarize yourself with some of the resources that help link regular people to effective, trustworthy attorneys. Organizations like Super Lawyers, The Best Lawyers in America, and the Million Dollar Advocates Forum, are groups that acknowledge the most successful attorneys in America — if you can find a representative who has been recognized by one or more of these groups, that’s a good sign. Additionally, when you think you may have found the attorney best suited for your legal needs, go check out their website. See if they have any awards, accreditations, or memberships with groups like Super Lawyers and the Million Dollar Advocates Forum.

Contact The Barnes Firm for Passionate Legal Defense

Has your insurance provider failed to abide by the policy that you agreed to when you signed on the dotted line? If so, one of the legal experts at The Barnes Firm can help you file a lawsuit against the insurance company and obtain the compensation you deserve. Whether they failed to provide legal defense as required, acted in bad faith, or simply denied your insurance claim, you can rest assured that our team can handle the case. We will work tirelessly and fight by your side to ensure that you get the benefits that you’ve been expecting since you signed your insurance policy. If you are interested in suing your insurance provider, contact The Barnes Firm today for a free legal consultation, and we will determine how strong your case is.

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