Insurance Bad Faith Complaint Center Urges Homeowners & Business Owners in Storm Ravaged States to Not Accept Low Ball Insurance Settlements

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The Insurance Bad Faith Complaint Center is urging homeowners, and business owners in Missouri, Alabama, North Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Mississippi, and Oklahoma, who were just ravaged by one of the worst spring storm, or tornado outbreaks in US history to not accept a low ball insurance settlement from their insurance company. The group says, "The 2011 spring storm outbreak in Plains States, the Midwest, and the US Southeast is without precedent. Tens of thousands of US homeowners now have severely damaged homes, or there are thousands of businesses that cannot operate, and we fear most insurance companies are going to go really cheap on settling legitimate insurance claims for homeowners, business owners, and even vehicle owners. If you are a storm, or tornado homeowner, or business owner victim, and your insurance company is offering you much less than is needed to get you back up and running, we want to know about it, and we will do everything possible to help." For more information homeowners, or business owners in a storm ravaged state like Alabama, North Carolina, Missouri, Tennessee, Mississippi, Texas, or Oklahoma can call the Insurance Bad Faith Complaint Center anytime at 866-714-6466, or they can contact the group via their web site at http://InsuranceBadFaithComplaintCenter.Com

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If you believe your insurance company has unfairly denied you, and you want to discuss whether you have a valid claim, please call the Insurance Bad Faith Complaint Center at 866-714-6466

The Insurance Bad Faith Complaint Center is the premier advocate in the United States dedicated to helping insured victims of storm, tornado or hurricane damage, who are having to deal with bad faith on the part of their insurance company.The Insurance Bad Faith Complaint Center is saying, "The 2011 spring storms, or tornados have decimated countless communities throughout Alabama, Missouri, North Carolina, Tennessee, Mississippi, Texas, and Oklahoma, and these storms are without precedent. We are 100% focused on making certain every insured homeowner, or business owner stuck in this mess, is not short changed by their insurance company." The group says, "We are already hearing from homeowners, or business owners complaining about extremely low ball settlement offers from their insurance carriers, or delays in even beginning the insurance claims process and we are here to help. One of the biggest issues we are concerned about is insurance companies withholding some benefits to which you are entitled. The two specific benefits that immediately come to mind are loss of use, if you are a homeowner, and or business interruption coverage, if you are a business owner." For more information insured homeowners, or business owners in Alabama, Missouri, North Carolina, Tennessee, Mississippi, Texas, or Oklahoma can contact the Insurance Bad Faith Complaint Center anytime at 866-714-6466, or they can contact the group via their web site at http://InsuranceBadFaithComplaintCenter.Com

According to the Insurance Bad Faith Complaint Center, the following are the most common types of bad faith tactics used by the insurance industry:

  • Delayed investigation, or analysis of claims
  • Denial of benefits for medical care costs
  • Improper, or under valuation of property losses
  • Unreasonable or bullying type settlement tactics on the part of an insurance company
  • Refusal to give insurance coverage on a claim that should have been covered
  • Errors or omissions on the part of your insurance agent
  • Failure to pay on loss of use claims, or business interruption coverage

Every insurance policy includes an implicit or explicit promise of fair dealing and good faith. If you believe your insurance company has unfairly denied you, and you want to discuss whether you have a valid claim, please call the Insurance Bad Faith Complaint Center at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via its web site at http://InsuranceBadFaithComplaintCenter.Com

A Very Important Message From The Insurance Bad Faith Claims Center, "Before you accept any insurance settlement offer for severe damage to a home, or business structure, have at least two local reputable contractors provide you with bids related to the actual cost to rebuild, or restore the property. Unfortunately, large scale disasters frequently bring in low end contractors called Storm Chasers, and in many cases their bids cannot be relied on. Even worse, some unethical contractors want money up front for a bid, or clean up work that needs to be done. Before you give a contractor any money, please make certain they are properly licensed in your state, and they have legitimate banking, and commercial references in your area." http://InsuranceBadFaithComplaintCenter.Com

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