Insurance Company Dispute Attorney in Los Angeles and El Segundo

Insurance Company DisputeCitizens pay coverage premiums to protect themselves in many aspects of our lives. Too often, insurance company dispute will unfairly minimize compensation or refuse to pay for claims. When that happens, contact William Waddell. The simple fact is that the less these companies pay out in claims each year, the higher their profits. When you’ve been denied rightful compensation or don’t believe you’re getting enough, we’ll step in to fight for your rights.

Whether through mediation or litigation, we’ll take on the other side and fight aggressively to ensure you get what you were promised for your premium payments. We have an excellent record when it comes to getting results for our clients. Mr. Waddell’s extensive knowledge of insurance law combined with his individualized attention to each case ensures the best possible outcome. From car accident claims to medical claims to property damage claims, we know how to deal with your insurer when they don’t play fair!

If you need an insurance attorney it the greater Los Angeles area, the attorney to call is William Waddell. Your insurer is, by California law, required to exercise “good faith and fair dealing” when it comes to handling your claim. If they don’t, we’ll prove it! We understand how that industry works, and we know how to deal with them. We may even seek and obtain punitive damages for the stress you’ve gone through. Call William Waddell today.

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Pedestrian Injury Claims

LOS ANGELES COUNTY – PEDESTRIAN INJURY SAFETY: As reported by the Los Angeles Times on July 12, 2015, Los Angeles County is not a safe haven for pedestrians.  In the recent article, after performing a comprehensive evaluation of data for the period 2002 through 2013, the LA Times identified more than...

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You Have A Workers Compensation Claim; But Do You Also Have An Independent Third Party Claim?

Third Party Claims for Injuries Suffered at Work: Most employed Californians are aware that if they are injured on the job they are entitled to benefits in the form of salary and medical treatment as part of the state mandated workers compensation insurance coverage. What some Californians don’t know, is...

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Payment of Medical Expenses in a Personal Injury Claim

Don’t Rely on the Insurance Company for the Person that Caused the Injuries: Some people believe that the insurance company for the person that caused the injuries will simply do the right thing and pay the medical costs incurred to diagnose and treat the injuries. This is not true. If...

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When Medicare Wants Reimbursement of Medical Costs in a Personal Injury Case

Many Medicare recipients, who are injured in an accident giving rise to a personal injury claim or lawsuit,  don’t realize that Medicare is going to seek reimbursement of the medical costs it paid for the injuries suffered.  In fact, Medicare takes a very hard line in seeking reimbursement and normally...

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What To Do After An Accident

It is important that a person involved in an automobile accident understand that injuries sustained as a result of an accident may not seem apparent at the time of the accident. One to four days after the accident, the soreness, stiffness and pain may finally surface. Whether you are aware...

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How a Typical Personal Injury Claim is Handled by an attorney

Most every personal injury case is unique. For example, each case involves different people or companies. The facts and circumstances of the events causing the injuries differ. The injuries differ, as do the treating doctors and the treatment plan for such injuries. In addition, different insurance companies and appointed attorneys...

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The Attorney-Client Privilege

When a person needs to talk to a lawyer, he or she can take solace in knowing that the discussion with the lawyer will be protected by the attorney-client privilege. The attorney-client privilege offers protection from the very first meeting between the attorney and the prospective client. Since 1851, laws...

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