Commercial Business Insurance Disputes – USAA Bad Faith Claims

USAA (United States Automobile Association)–which markets itself to current and former U.S. service members–insures property owners across the United States. Unfortunately, USAA, like other insurers, frequently produces low-ball estimates, particularly on high-value claims. Despite its efforts to market itself as a protector of current and former military families and businesses, USAA all too often shirks its responsibility to pay claims when they are needed the most.

Bad Faith Practices by USAA

In many cases, USAA employs bad faith practices that include conducting an inspection of the property at the time it is insured and premiums are paid with a resulting determination that the property is in good condition. Yet when a claim is made, USAA will often ignore its own inspections and claim that the damage was there before a storm or fire. USAA adjusters often deny claims due to disrepair or age of the property, even if the property damage was caused by an unrelated factor.

We Represent USAA Insurance Policyholders Nationwide

Insurance law requires insurance companies to show reasonable cause for denying or delaying payment if the policy clearly covers your damages. Insurance companies must also provide reasonable payment for losses so that repairs can be made. Contact us if you have experienced any of these bad faith practices by USAA Insurance:

  • Denial of your property damage claim
  • Denial of roof damage claims because of supposed age of roof or improper maintenance
  • Unnecessary delays in claims processing
  • Dropping your insurance coverage or denying the renewal of a policy

Allow A Bad Faith Insurance Attorney to Help You Pursue Your Claim Against USAA

We are assertive and resourceful negotiators, as well as proven trial lawyers who have obtained million-dollar settlements and verdicts. If you are engaged in an insurance dispute with USAA, please contact Raizner Slania to request a free consultation and case evaluation today.