Do You Have an Insurance Dispute With Nationwide?
Nationwide Insurance is among the nation’s largest insurance companies. Nationwide is also among the most aggressive insurance companies when it comes to using illegal or questionable bad faith tactics to delay or deny legitimate claims by its policyholders. Nationwide is frequently unreasonable when it comes to paying for roof damage and other property loss claims.
Bad Faith Practices by Nationwide
In many cases, the insurance carrier’s bad faith practices include stipulations that the property must continue to meet many of the same codes and maintenance standards over the lifetime of the policy. Nationwide adjusters often deny claims based on disrepair or age of the property, even if the property damage was not directly related to upkeep or maintenance. Sometimes Nationwide will even deny payments based on a questionable claim of prior damage when Nationwide’s own underwriting and inspection reports show that the property was in good condition when it was originally insured and premiums were collected.
Nationwide Policyholder Representation
Contact us if you have experienced any of these bad faith practices by Nationwide Insurance:
- Denial of your property damage claim
- Denial of roof damage claims based on wear and tear, the supposed age of the roof or improper maintenance
- Delays in claims processing
- Drop of your insurance coverage or denial of a renewal of the policy
Allow Us to Advocate for Your Claim
If you are a Nationwide Insurance policyholder, and your property damage claim has been delayed, denied, or underpaid, you should contact an attorney at Raizner Slania today. You do not have to fight a large insurance company on your own. Our firm has the experience necessary to recover your damages based on the coverage you paid for.