8-14-17 auto accident tree Laying across the road he didn't going 45 miles per hour at night time
Got a terrible initial estimate he missed things that I could say with my eyes and it was an approved Collision Center of USAA
I have documentation thatI asked for an appraise that day after that initial estimate I was denied an appraiser my policy has an appraisal clause I have n secure messaging I was denied three more times and when I was approved for a appraiser I asked for an independent appraiser and they still sent a USAA appraiser.
I asked them if I could get my own estimates and they said it was not necessary because the only estimate they're going to go by is the initial estimate at there proof Collision Center will I go get to estimates anyway and they're $5,000 difference I decided to try supplementary claim and of course they denied it right away. I've been put under investigation twice finally after 170 days they deemed total loss. Well policy states if total loss they are responsible for rental the duration if claim and seven days after there offer. I turn in receipts and they put me under investigation again
Possibly. More facts are required and should be reviewed in a private consultation.
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You would have to prove that the insurer lacked an arguable basis for denying the claim, or that the insurer committed a wilful or malicious wrong, or acted with gross and reckless disregard for your rights. Based on what you have provided, it would probably be a difficult case for you. But feel free to speak with an attorney who handles bad faith claims. If you do so, be prepared to provide more information and documentation.
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