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Scranton, Wilkes-Barre Insurance Dispute Lawyers

Serving Wilkes Barre & The Greater Scranton PA areas

Like most people, you are responsible enough to take out the appropriate insurance policies “just in case.” But when a tragedy happens, your insurance company turns its back on you and you realize you weren’t “in good hands.” The sad reality is that insurance companies tend to make a practice of trying to deny legitimate claims. That can constitute what’s know as insurance “bad faith.”

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The law requires insurance companies to act in good faith, meaning they must fulfill the duties and obligations set forth in your insurance policy. It requires them to pay claims properly and promptly. If they act in bad faith by willfully denying, delaying or discounting a claim, they can be held responsible not only for paying the claim, but can face substantial punitive damages.

At HKQ, our Scranton, Wilkes-Barre PA Personal Injury attorneys have the experience and resources to take on big insurance companies and make them pay your claim. We have an unparalleled reputation for exceptional results both in and out of the courtroom in Northeastern Pennsylvania. If your insurance claim has been denied and you believe your insurance company treated you unfairly, click to contact a PA Personal Injury Lawyer or call today for a FREE consultation toll-free at (800) 760-1529. Call us now. Waiting can jeopardize your legal rights.

At HKQ, when we say, “No one will work harder for you℠”, it’s not just a slogan. It’s our promise.

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PLEASE NOTE: The listed verdicts and settlements are only a partial list of our verdicts and settlements. Many of our settlements are subject to confidentiality provisions which prevent us from disclosing their existence and/or the amount of settlement. While we believe that such provisions unfairly protect wrongdoers and severely impair public awareness of important safety issues, many insurance companies absolutely refuse to enter into a settlement agreement that does not provide for confidentiality. Needless to say, the best interests of our clients must prevail and it is the client who ultimately decides whether to accept an offer of settlement. Therefore, we are unable to list many settlements subject to such confidentiality provisions.