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Breach Of Insurance Contract? We Provide Representation For Policyholders.

Insurance policies are a specialized type of contract. They define your rights as a policyholder, and they establish the scope of your coverage. The insurance company has a legal obligation to fulfill the terms of the contract. However, insurance companies are ultimately invested in protecting their own financial interests, not yours. In an attempt to cut costs, they may assert questionable grounds for failing to comply with the contract. Convoluted issues surrounding contract interpretation may come to light.

Sometimes, insurance companies act in bad faith to deny claims with no reasonable basis for doing so. If your insurance company fails to fulfill the terms of your contract, you might be entitled to enforce your rights through a breach of contract claim. Contact O'Toole Law Firm, LLC, to discuss your options during a free initial consultation.

Get Experienced Legal Guidance From A Former Industry Professional

Policyholders invest in insurance for a reason. You pay a hefty price to ensure that coverage and benefits are available to you should the need arise. When the need does arise – and the insurance company refuses to honor its commitments – you may find yourself financially stranded with the loss of all your equity in the business and the loss of your job. An unpaid and/or undefended claim can send you into bankruptcy.

Fortunately, you don’t have to give up. We are passionate about standing up for the rights of policyholders in all areas of insurance coverage. Our attorney, John O'Toole, has a one-of-a-kind background in both law and insurance. His 30-plus years of experience in the industry give him an insider’s perspective on how to successfully represent policyholders.

At O'Toole Law, our Chicagoland clients find an unparalleled combination of experience in both insurance law and the insurance industry.

What Are My Options?

It will not cost you anything to reach out to us and discuss your options with Attorney O'Toole. Call us at 312-815-6330 or send us your information through our confidential contact form to learn more.