An insurance policy is a contract like any other, and when an insurance company wrongfully denies coverage to a policyholder, it is liable for breach of contract. Too often, when a policyholder’s insurance claim is denied by an insurance company, they do not pursue the coverage they are rightfully entitled to. The courts in Connecticut and other states often construe insurance policies in favor of insureds and award coverage even when insurance companies have taken the position that there is no coverage for a particular claim. Furthermore, when an insurance company’s denial of coverage or its investigation of a claim are found to have been done in bad faith, policyholders may be entitled to recover their attorneys’ fees. Ryan Suerth LLC represents insureds against insurers in connection with all types of insurance policies (e.g, property, general liability, and professional liability). While Attorney Suerth has litigated multi-million dollar insurance claims, Ryan Suerth LLC also seeks to provide cost-effective representation to policyholders with smaller claims.
- Ryan Suerth LLC combines the experience of a large claim insurance coverage litigation practice with the personal service of a small town general practice.
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