More Than 36 Years of Experience

Health Insurance Lawyer Oklahoma City


Even though the premiums, co-pays and deductibles keep going up, most people consider health care insurance coverage a necessity. Health care insurance gives us the peace of mind of knowing that we will not be financially ruined if we need medical care for a serious illness, injury or chronic disease.

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After developing health problems, policyholders are frequently surprised when their valid health care insurance claims are denied or delayed. Some even have their policies retroactively cancelled.

The attorneys of the Tawwater Law Firm have more than 36 years of experience resolving health care insurance disputes. If your claim has been denied or delayed unreasonably, please contact our office in Oklahoma City to arrange a free consultation and case evaluation.

An insurance policy is a contract. Our attorneys stand up to the powerful insurance companies and make them live up to the terms of their own policies. If they do not, we will pursue an insurance bad faith claim and work to recover damages in excess of your policy limits.

Standing Up for Your Rights

We have frequently represented clients whose insurance companies denied a specific treatment, saying it was experimental, when doctors and hospitals disagreed. We also prevailed in a class action suit against an insurance company for charging policyholders a deductible based on the regular rate of an office visit, not the reduced rate the insurance company paid.

Is your health care insurance company living up to its commitment to you? If you have concerns, please contact an attorney at the Tawwater Law Firm to arrange a free consultation and case evaluation. We represent insurance bad faith clients on a contingency fee basis, so you will pay no attorneys fees unless we recover benefits for you. In many instances, we are able to get the insurance company to pay your attorneys fees.

Learn more: Visit our insurance bad faith information center.