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Insurance Clinic Can Help Storm Damage Victims

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Near Hurricane winds in Oldham will no doubt have led to many insurance claims, fallen trees, damaged buildings and any other type of storm damage, but if your claim is rejected you can turn to Pearson Solicitors for advice.

Many of us have instances of wanting to challenge an insurance company when they say “no”, but often feel it is a David and Goliath situation and we would never win.  For FREE initial advice on how to challenge those refused claims Pearson Solicitors have set up a Legal Clinic to offer advice and assistance when your Insurance Company has rejected your claim, refused to pay you what your claim is worth, or given some other reason not to pay you.

Ian Bowen, Solicitor at Pearson’s said:  “The Insurance Company may be alleging you failed to tell them something important when you took out the Policy, or that you have exaggerated the value of your claim. These are the main reasons why claims are rejected or disputed.  The most common costly problems resulting from wind damage are walls blowing over and insurers often claim they have not been maintained.”

“The sorts of problems we deal with include insurance claims for buildings damage amongst a wide range of other things and numerous other kinds of policies.

“Our services cover advice and assistance, correspondence with the Insurer to argue your case, formal complaint to the Ombudsman and Court proceedings,” he added.

If you are not sure whether your problem might be covered, please contact Mr Ian Bowen at our Oldham Office. For a free initial twenty-minute appointment in our Advice Clinic call 0161 785 3500 or www.pearsonlegal.co.uk.

Please note that the information and opinions contained in this article are not intended to be comprehensive, nor to provide legal advice. No responsibility for its accuracy or correctness is assumed by Pearson Solicitors and Financial Advisers Ltd or any of its members or employees. Professional legal advice should be obtained before taking, or refraining from taking, any action as a result of this article.

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