Nearly everything we own, every business we walk into, and every service we buy are protected and covered by insurance.  So when something goes wrong, whether you’re injured or your property is damaged, you assume and expect that the insurance company will do the right thing and quickly pay your claim.  But that’s not how many insurance companies operate. If your own insurance company has denied your claim, is paying less than you are entitled to, or is just unfairly delaying the process, it can be frustrating or even devastating to deal with alone.  And on top of all that, you only have one chance to get it right. You’ll need a good North Carolina insurance lawyer.

Good Lawyers can:

  • Evaluate the accident and your insurance policy

  • Explain your options

  • Guide you through the claims process

  • Negotiate with your insurance company

  • File a lawsuit if necessary

  • Above all else, fight for you

We get it.  And we can help.  Under North Carolina law, your insurance company has obligations to treat you fairly and be reasonable when resolving your claim. Sometimes they don’t.  When it's you against a massive insurance company, it may feel like no one is on your side and the odds are stacked against you.  Our skilled insurance lawyers have experience representing and defending the same insurance companies you’ll be up against and use that experience to help clients like you.  No case is too small; if it’s important to you, it’s important to us.


Types of Insurance Disputes We Handle

Insurance disputes can range from bad adjusting to unreasonable claim denials. Some of the most common types of insurance disputes we handle are:

  • Inadequate claim processing

  • Improper or inadequate claim investigation

  • Delay in payment

  • Unreasonable denial of claim

  • Bad faith

  • Third-party bad faith, including failure to settle and failure to defend

Our prices

For transparent, upfront pricing on what we charge to help you with your insurance dispute, please click below.

Legal guides

For more free information about insurance disputes and the claims process, please click below for our in-depth legal guides that explain many of those topics.