Wisconsin lawyers who sue insurance companies Auto & health insurance companies (Medical bills & lost wages exceed $5,000)

What reasons can I sue my insurance company for?

  1. Breach of contract: If the insurance company breaks a rule under the contract you have with them, such as not paying for damage or loss that is covered by your policy, they are held responsible to pay (plus additional damages). 
  2. Violation of a consumer protection law: If the insurance company denies or delays a claim, this law protects insurance policy buyers and awards damages for the amount you should have been paid on your claim, as well as for attorney fees, costs and other expenses.
  3. Violation of the “bad faith” law: If the insurance company unreasonably denies or delays payment on your claim, they are in violation of Wisconsin’s bad faith law and can be sued for damages. A judge determines the amount awarded.

 

Insurance companies acting in bad faith

As many consumers have found out, being a loyal customer of their insurance company doesn’t seem to mean much when you submit a claim. Too often, insurance companies try to weasel out of paying the full amount of a claim or even deny the claim altogether. All states have laws requiring insurance companies to act in “good faith” with their policyholders. If your insurance company denies your claim, tries to minimize the amount paid on your claim, or acts unreasonably in handling your claim, your only recourse is to file a lawsuit against them to get what you deserve on your claim.

Insurance companies often reject claims with sketchy explanations, such as denying medical coverage because a policyholder failed to disclose a hearing problem that has nothing to do with the claim they filed. They’ll use all kinds of tactics to skip out on paying or minimizing the amount they pay on a claim.

Warshafsky Law will battle your insurance company

Many law firms claim to represent policyholders in lawsuits against insurance companies. Most law firms are “sign and settle” firms that never take a case to trial. Insurance companies know these law firms have no teeth and commonly lowball them in pre-trial negotiations. The policyholders always get the short end of the stick. Receiving a proper claim requires reputable attorneys. Warshafsky Law has years of trial experience battling Wisconsin insurance companies. We do not make empty threats like most law firms. We've won countless settlements in the courtroom —and insurance companies know our reputation. You will get everything you are owed with Warshafsky Law at your side.

Wisconsin personal injury law firm represents clients nationwide

Based in Milwaukee and Madison, Warshafsky Law takes cases all over the country. We represent clients nationwide and on a contingency basis. You owe us nothing until your case is resolved and you have been compensated. Our No Win, No Fee policy ensures you risk nothing by hiring us. We pursue legal action for claim denial issues with all types of insurance:

  • Homeowners insurance
  • Business insurance
  • Health insurance
  • Auto insurance
  • Life insurance
  • Umbrella and excess liability insurance
Wisconsin insurance company lawsuit

How do I find an attorney to sue your insurance company?

Search online for law firms with extensive trial experience that won't simply settle for an easy check. Warshafsky Law has decades of trial experience and has won more insurance settlements than 99% of other Wisconsin attorneys.

How do I file a lawsuit against an insurance company in Wisconsin?

To file a lawsuit against an insurance company in Wisconsin, you should contact an attorney with experience handling insurance disputes. If all administrative and out-of-court settlement options fail, an attorney may recommend filing a civil lawsuit against your insurance company seeking they pay out your claim.

How do you sue a healthcare insurance company?

There are three “causes of action” to sue a healthcare insurance company: 1. Breach of contract: If an insurance company breaks a rule you have under contract with them, such as paying for damage or loss that is covered by your policy. 2. Violation of a consumer protection law: These laws protect consumers who buy products or services for household use, including insurance policies. The laws permit damages to be awarded for the amount you should have been paid on your claim, as well as for attorney fees, costs and other expenses. 3. Violation of the “bad faith” law: If an insurance company unreasonably denies or delays payment on your claim, they are violating Wisconsin’s bad faith law and can be sued for damages.

Can I take my insurance company to court?

Yes. You can sue your insurance company if they violate the terms of your policy. If they're in violation of a consumer protection law or the "bad faith" law, contact an experienced personal injury lawyer for help with your claim.

What should you not say to an insurance adjuster?

Never apologize or admit fault of any kind. Your claims adjuster is looking for reasons to reduce the settlement offer of your claim, and admission of negligence can severely affect your claim.

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