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Homeowners' Insurance Attorney Oklahoma City


While you were away from your home, your washing machine hose broke and flooded your home. Your carpet was ruined and your foundation was cracked. The insurance company covered the less expensive damage — the carpet — but denied coverage for the more expensive repair to the foundation. That's bad faith.

Homeowners' insurance policies do not allow an insurance company to pick and choose which damage they would prefer to pay. If the damage is covered in your policy, the insurance company must pay.

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The attorneys of the Tawwater Law Firm in Oklahoma City represent policyholders in disputed homeowners' insurance claims. If your insurance company has delayed, denied or grossly undervalued your homeowners' claim, we may be able to help. Please contact us today to arrange a free consultation and case evaluation.

Insurance companies are motivated to deny or reduce payments in order to increase company profits. They often deny valid claims just to see if the policyholders will take "no" for an answer and go away. They will look for any way to avoid paying a valid claim.

Avoiding Responsibility

Homeowners' insurance companies may claim that the damage was caused by flooding, rather than by wind-blown rain. They may refuse to pay the cost to replace an item, and only pay its depreciated cost — even if you have replacement insurance.

In one case we handled, an insurance company paid a policyholder the cost of a roof replacement, less depreciation because of the age of the roof. When they tried to depreciate the cost of labor, we got involved — and got results.

Our attorneys have been standing up for the rights of policyholders for more than 36 years. We understand insurance and we know how to get results for policyholders. If your homeowners' insurance claim has been delayed, denied or under-valued, please contact us today. You will pay no attorneys fees unless we recover compensation in your case. Often, we are successful in making the insurance company pay all of our attorneys fees.

Learn more: Visit our insurance bad faith information center.