In short, no, and no attorney should. Even in seemingly straightforward cases, there are several factors that can affect the outcome of a case. A person working with an attorney can dramatically improve their case and strengthen their chances of obtaining fair coverage, however. With the assistance of a qualified legal advisor, a claimant can have their case argued by an experienced litigator and receive the confidence and assurance of sound legal advice whenever it’s needed.
If you’re thinking about filing a lawsuit against your insurance provider we can answer any questions or concerns you may have. To learn more about our full range of legal services and how we can help you with an insurance bad faith claim, contact the insurance claims attorneys of Williams Hart today by calling (713) 352-0031.