Helping You Resolve Insurance Disputes

When you purchase homeowners insurance or similar coverage, you expect the insurance company to actually reimburse you as it promises to. Unfortunately, far too many policyholders encounter insurance bad faith, and their legitimate claims are underpaid, delayed or denied.

If you find yourself in this situation, turn to the Law Office of Hadley Sanders, P.A. Our Pensacola, Florida, firm is dedicated to helping you right these wrongs and obtain the money you deserve.

Our Lawyer Can Leverage His Experience On The Other Side

Prior to founding our firm, attorney Hadley Sanders worked for two other law firms that concentrated on insurance defense. This means that he has unique insight into the strategies that insurance companies (and their lawyers) use to minimize claims. He can leverage this knowledge to help develop the strongest case possible on your behalf.

Don’t Give Up — A Denial Letter Isn’t The End

You may have received a letter from your insurance company saying that your claim has been denied. However, you should not assume that this is the final word on the matter. The insurance company may or may not have the right to deny your claim.

When you consult a skilled attorney like Mr. Sanders, you can uncover the truth. Mr. Sanders will carefully analyze the details of your policy and coverage, and then he will advise you about how to proceed. If needed, he can vigorously advocate for your rights in court.

Yes, You Can Afford Our Services

If you are worried about how to afford the help of a lawyer, you will be encouraged to know that we accept denied insurance claim cases on a contingency fee basis. This means that we get paid only after we obtain money or benefits for you. It may also be possible for the court to award you attorneys fees, if the insurance company has acted in bad faith.

Don’t hesitate to reach out to us today for the help you need with a homeowners insurance claim. Call the Law Office of Hadley Sanders, P.A., at 850-466-8349 or send us an email today.