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Texas Insurance Dispute Lawyers

    Insurance began by merchants that wanted protect their investments in trade missions around the world.  By pooling money together, a merchant that lost a ship or trade caravan would not be devastated.  Most of the expeditions made money and by sharing the risk of loss, merchants were more apt to invest in trade expeditions and trade was encouraged.

    Modern day insurance works similarly.  Everyone pays into a fund that is used to compensate people for major damages that they have suffered.  From home insurance and car insurance to business commercial insurance, there are several types of insurance.  All are quite complicated and most are designed not only to repay someone for a loss, but to allow insurance companies to make a profit.  In the last several years insurance company profits have grown in 10s of billions of dollars.  Insurance companies have gotten better and better at collecting premiums and not paying for losses.

If you have suffered a loss and feel that an insurance company owes you compensation, your first step should be to read your insurance policy.  You should find the provision that you are seeking payment under and collect evidence that support your claim for compensation.  If you need assistance, several Texas attorneys on this directory are Texas insurance law lawyers and can assist you with an insurance law dispute.

    For more information on Insurance Disputes, please feel free to e-mail TexasLawyers.com, follow the below links to Texas Lawyers that handle insurance law disputes or go to Texas Insurance Dispute Lawyer Jason Coomer's directory listing.

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