Insurance policyholders have a right to receive the benefits they have paid for with their premiums. Insurance carriers often try to prevent even small benefit payments, protecting their bottom line at the risk of committing insurance bad faith. At Denner Pellegrino, L.L.P., our lawyers represent individuals and businesses in insurance bad faith claims arising from unfair insurance settlements.
From our offices in Springfield and Boston, our firm handles a wide range of insurance matters, helping people receive the insurance benefits they paid for and helping clients obtain the benefits they need and deserve. Insurance law requires that every claim be handled fairly. When that does not happen and policyholders are denied benefits, they should seek the counsel and representation of experienced insurance lawyers.
Typical Insurance Matters
Our attorneys handle a wide range of insurance matters, including:
- Business interruption claims
- Homeowners’ insurance claims
- Catastrophic loss
- Auto insurance
- Uninsured motorist claims
- Underinsured motorist claims
- General liability claims
- Disability insurance claims
- Health insurance claims
- Intersection of insurance and criminal defense
Our law firm has developed a niche in handling fire insurance claims. We are especially able to counter assertions by the insurance company that a claim was based on arson by the policyholder. Because our firm has a large number of skilled criminal defense lawyers, our clients find themselves well defended in such matters, able to obtain the benefits they are entitled to.
Receiving Referrals From Public Insurance Adjusters
Public adjusters, those who have no relationship with an insurance company, often refer their clients to our law firm when it is apparent to them that the claim is being denied unfairly. We see this as a vote of confidence in our ability to win a fair settlement or verdict for people who have experienced insurance bad faith.
265 State St
Springfield, MA 01103
Phone: (413) 746-4400
Fax: (413) 746-2816
We serve the following localities: Bristol County including New Bedford and Fall River; Essex County including Lynn, Lawrence, and Haverhill; Hampden County including Springfield; Middlesex County including Lowell, Cambridge, Newton, Somerville, Framingham, Waltham, Malden, and Medford; Norfolk County including Quincy and Brookline; Plymouth County including Brockton and Plymouth; Suffolk County including Boston; and Worcester County including Worcester.