Personal Injury Insurance Litigation

Insurance Litigation

Both individuals and businesses carry a variety of types of insurance policies. These policies protect policy holders from a variety of liabilities. Of course, that protection is only valuable if the insurance company stands behind it.

At Schulz Stephenson Law, you will find an attorney with more than 25 years of experience that is used to seek resolutions to insurance disputes. From analyzing the complex documents involved in these policies to pushing forward to trial to get the coverage that should be provided, we stand beside insured parties in these disputes. We provide these services to individuals and businesses throughout Eastern North Carolina.

Pursuing the Benefits to Which You Are Entitled

Insurance companies are powerful. They understand their power and are rarely willing to concede unless pushed to do so. We have the power to push them using the law.

We will start by carefully reviewing your insurance policy. We will analyze the benefits available, determining which have been provided and which still must be provided. Our lawyers will not back down. While we will strive to work with the insurance company to resolve the dispute, we will not hesitate to take the matter to trial if that is what is required to reach a resolution.

Handling all Insurance Dispute Cases In Carteret, Craven, And Pamlico County NC

Our lawyers seek to resolve all insurance disputes, including:

  • Homeowner claims
  • Commercial building claims
  • Hurricane claims
  • Mold claims
  • Dog bite claims
  • Auto claims
  • Boat claims

To learn more about how our experienced attorneys can help you, please call us at 252-728-7300 or send us an e-mail.

Our office hours are 8:30 to 5:00 Monday through Friday. Evening appointments are available upon request. If you are unable to travel to our office, we can make accommodations as needed.

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