Quality insurance coverage is critical. Unfortunately, sometimes, after a claim is made, the insurance company refuses to honor its commitments. Even after paying premiums for years, you may find your insurance company cannot be trusted.
You deserve to have your claim handled honestly, fairly, and promptly. When an insurance company refuses to meet these basic requirements, it may be violating the law. In New Mexico, the law says that insurance companies cannot put their own interests ahead of their customer's rights. They must provide the coverage and claims handling they promised.
Abusive practices may exist because due to understaffing, lack of training, unfamiliarity with New Mexico law, or just plain greed. Whatever the reasons, insurance companies who act in bad faith must be held accountable.
If you believe your insurance company is treating you unfairly, you may be entitled to damages. Please give me a call for a free consultation.
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