Insurance lawyers can assist you with the following claims

Posted on: January 11, 2016

It can be quite frustrating, not to mention costly, when insurance contracts go wrong. It might feel like the end of the road, but there are literally hundreds of insurance declaratory judgment and breach of contract actions in progress across the USA at any given time. With the help of the right insurance lawyer, you will be able to take the matter further and expect success. More importantly, an experienced insurance attorney will be able to advise you on the various options available to you, so that you can make an educated decision on how to proceed.

Whether your claim is related to small business insurance or personal insurance, your dedicated insurance attorney should be able to assist you to resolve the matter efficiently and effectively, without drawing the process out. A professional business attorney or insurance attorney should be able to help you with the following types of claims:

  • Fire damage, explosions, water losses, construction defects, boiler and machinery failures, and inland marine losses, which fall under subrogation claims.
  • Commercial general liability.
  • Employment practice liability.
  • Liability for pollution.
  • Professional errors and omissions.
  • Improper performance of duties claims.

Assistance with insurance claims provided by Schleifman Law

We are a law firm experienced in handling a variety of complex insurance cases. We have represented policyholders and insurers and have in-depth knowledge required to provide litigation, arbitration, mediation and negotiation assistance, to quickly and efficiently get to the bottom of claims and ensure they are fairly and legally resolved.

At Schleifman Law, we have over 25 years experience in the field of insurance law and will ensure your case is handled with the professionalism and attention to detail that it deserves. For more information and advice on the insurance claims we can assist you with, contact us via email or telephone at Schleifman Law today.