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Insurance Claims Disputes in Texas, Florida, Louisiana, and the World

Experienced Lawyers in South Texas Handling Insurance Disputes

Insurance claims comprise a considerable part of doing business. At Spagnoletti & Co., we handle all types of insurance-related cases, including commercial insurance disputes and residential insurance disputes.

Commercial Insurance Disputes

We provide advice and representation on a variety of insurance policies and coverage issues, including:

  • Commercial general liability policies
  • Property policies
  • Marine policies
  • Auto policies
  • Products liability
  • Professional liability policies
  • Excess policies

We are experienced in preparing coverage opinions and handling bad faith cases and other types of coverage litigation, including declaratory judgments to determine the rights and obligations of the parties under a given policy.

Residential Insurance Disputes

Homeowners often have disputes with their homeowner's insurance carriers or other insurance carriers. Insurance companies have a duty of good faith and fair dealing when handling claims. Texas law gives consumers specific rights in dealing with insurance companies, including the right to sue the company for bad faith denials of coverage or improper delay of a claim.

We Have the Broad Experience Needed to Effectively Conclude and Resolve Your Dispute

With more than 100 years of legal experience and a commitment to advocating for clients' interests, the Houston insurance claim disputes attorneys of Spagnoletti & Co. have the knowledge, skill and resources to handle insurance disputes ranging from residential property damage to large-scale international insurance disputes involving oil and gas exploration, aviation crashes and other high-value disputes. For more information regarding insurance disputes and Spagnoletti & Co., please contact us at 713-659-0257 or 877-678-5864.

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