It was a bad auto accident. We're not that anxious to pay. Here are some of our options: delay for as long as possible, adjust their claim, reduce payments for some of their medical bills. We may have a problem. That's why they've called the Law Offices of Keller and Keller. If you've been injured in an accident, tell them you mean business. Call 1-800-Keller Keller and Keller right now.

We Hold Insurance Companies to Their Word After a Car Accident

Don't assume the insurance company will treat you fairly because the accident wasn't your fault. While our top priority is maximizing client compensation, the insurance company's main objective is to minimize payouts. To achieve this, they often resort to various tactics to limit or even deny injury claims.Car Insurance Forms

With over 80 years of experience fighting insurance companies, we have witnessed their questionable behavior firsthand. One of their most common tactics is using excuses to avoid paying out claims. Don't be fooled into accepting their lowball offer or thinking you have no claim.

Understanding Bad Faith Insurance Claims

While no single one of the following factors necessarily indicates that your insurer is acting in bad faith, any combination of them means that a bad faith claim is probably worth considering:

  • Unreasonable refusal or delay in investigating a claim
  • Repeated or unreasonable requests for information that the insurer already has or that does not relate to the claim
  • Failure to make a reasonable settlement offer within a reasonable time of the claim
  • Failure to offer a reasonable settlement once liability is clearly established
  • Canceling or threatening to cancel your insurance after you have refused to accept a low offer

Standing By Our Clients

As a personal injury attorney team, we often see the consequences of an insurer’s bad faith actions – the financial burden of coping with large bills, and overcoming a loss that should have been covered under your policy. When insurance companies engage in this deceptive practice, real people and families suffer. Since 1936, Keller & Keller has represented clients facing this very dilemma, relentlessly pursuing the facts that establish your rights.  

If you believe the insurance company has not given your claim their full attention, or you believe they have acted in a way that is unprofessional or suspect, give our Indianapolis office a call so that you can speak to one of our attorneys at no cost. We can evaluate your claim to see what additional money can be had, or possibly charge the insurance company with a Bad Faith Claim.