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To you, insurance is protection. To the insurance companies, it's a numbers game. Insurers count on claimants who accept the first settlement offer and claimants who give up when their initial claim is rejected. They are betting that you will not hire an insurance claim attorney.

The Cantrell Law Firm levels the playing field in a frustrating process that is stacked against the policyholder. If your insurance claim has been denied, delayed or devalued, we will stand up to the insurance companies to demand that they honor their obligations to you.

Getting the insurance runaround? Our Clinton insurance lawyers represent homeowners and accident victims in coverage disputes and lawsuits for bad faith denial. Contact us today for a free consultation.

"This law firm is highly educated and has a reputation for honesty and putting the client first. The staff is friendly and caring and the attorneys genuinely care about their clients. I would not go anywhere else."

Jenny H. // ★★★★★

‍East Tennessee Attorneys for Homeowners Insurance Claims

Our legal team, led by renowned insurance claim lawyer Dail Cantrell, can intervene if you are having problems with a valid and honest claim under your homeowner's insurance policy:

• Fire loss or smoke damage

• Flood loss or other water damage

• Hail damage

• Tornado or wind storm damage

• Other property damage

• Claims against you for injury or loss

We also represent clients in insurance matters involving auto accident claims and other injury claims, such as uninsured/underinsured motorist.

Insurance companies are notorious for delay tactics that drag claims out for weeks and months. They commonly offer much less than the claim is worth. Sometimes insurers reject valid claims on technicalities or systematically reject certain categories of claims.

Under Tennessee law, insurance companies must honor legitimate claims and must resolve those claims to the claimant's satisfaction within 60 days. Failure to do so is grounds for a claim of bad faith denial. In a bad faith action, the insurer can be forced to pay (a) the value of the claim, (b) a penalty of 25 percent and (c) attorney fees.

‍Find Out Where You Stand & How We Can Help

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