Has An Insurance Company Denied Your Claim?

In West Virginia, your insurance company is required by law to handle your claims in good faith. When policy claims are unnecessarily delayed, or claims are denied without reason, a court could determine that the insurance company has operated in bad faith.

If you have questions about the conduct of your insurance company, contact the bad faith insurance attorneys at the Manchin Injury Law Group by calling 304-816-4097. Our attorneys represent North Central West Virginia policyholders as well as policyholders from other areas throughout West Virginia.

How We Can Help

When insurance companies act improperly while handling claims from their own policies, bad faith claims can be pursued. Improper actions by an insurance company include:

  • Unnecessary settlement delays
  • Refusing to conduct a reasonable investigation
  • Refusing to settle a claim when liability is clear
  • Unjustifiably denying a claim
  • Refusing to offer coverage
  • Refusing to provide an explanation for denying coverage
  • Failing to inform you of the availability of coverage for a claim

Our attorneys have handled and prosecuted insurance bad faith claims for policyholders in West Virginia. When we represent you, we will seek all of the compensation you are entitled to receive.

Free Consultation — Contact A Lawyer

If you have questions regarding your insurance company's actions, call the Manchin Injury Law Group in Fairmont, West Virginia, at 304-816-4097 for a free consultation.