Insurance Claims Process


People file insurance claims in many different scenarios when the terms of the agreement are reached, and compensation must be paid out in the form of a claim. Common types of insurance include auto insurance, life insurance, medical insurance and many others. There are many different types of insurance with many different payouts according to the terms set forth in the specific agreement, and so it may be a good idea to have a personal injury attorney review the terms of your insurance contract before filing a claim.

All too often, insurance companies go to great lengths to avoid paying out insurance claims, even when all terms of the policy have been met. In fact, some corporations in certain fields will perform exhaustive research on the insurance policies of those who file claims in an effort to identify a discrepancy or a problem so that the contract can be voided, and no compensatory payments made. Moreover, the insurance claims process can be very difficult and confusing, which may discourage many from following through, or create conflicts of information which can in turn void a contract entirely. This is unethical and under-handed, and should be fought as aggressively as possible.


The Law Offices of Berriz strongly supports the right of all insurance policy holders to file and receive their claim where appropriate. The firm can provide valuable insight into how insurance companies work, and can also provide expert guidance in the insurance claims process to cut down the risk of incorrect information resulting in a voided contract or claim. We believe that you should receive every bit of what you are entitled to under the contract of your insurance claim, and we will fight hard to see that your insurance company fulfills their financial responsibilities to our clients.

Contact a personal injury attorney if you are filing an insurance claim and would like to receive some guidance in the process.

What is Negligence in a Personal Injury Case?

Practically every personal injury case claim is centered on the notion of negligence. This implies that the victim of the accident must prove that another person was negligent to get the compensation for the losses connected to his or her injuries. Negligence implies...


WHAT IS NEGLIGENCE IN LEGAL TERMS? Negligence occurs when an individual makes irresponsible decisions, or irresponsibly makes no decisions in a situation which results in a serious accident as a consequence. Corporate negligence is similar, and occurs when a company...

Personal Injury Settlement

PERSONAL INJURY SETTLEMENTS IN VENTURA AND LOS ANGELES When an individual suffers a serious injury in an accident that was caused by the negligent actions of another person, the injured victim may be eligible to receive financial compensation for any costs associated...

Liability In Personal Injury Claims

HOW IS LIABILITY DETERMINED IN A PERSONAL INJURY CLAIM? Determining liability in a personal injury claim is perhaps the most crucial aspect of any personal injury case. Without an adequate proof of fault assigned to a specific party, liability cannot be determined and...

Financial Compensation Explained

Financial compensation is a common method of awarding damages suffered by emotional or physical personal injuries caused by a negligent party. There are varying levels of financial compensation that may be part of a settlement, or may be imposed by court judgment. The...
Skip to content