The Wyoming Insurance Commissioner
Insurance is an extremely useful form of security for most people. However, the reality is that many insurance companies care less about their customers than their own bottom lines. At times, this can even result in insurance companies engaging in unethical or even illegal behavior in an effort to avoid their responsibility to provide compensation to policyholders for legitimate claims. In these instances, many individuals turn to their insurance commissioner for justice.
The Wyoming insurance commissioner’s office is an extraordinarily important public institution, helping to protect consumers against unfair insurance business practices. However, the reality is that in many situations, the insurance commissioner may not be the fastest way for victims of insurance bad faith to secure the compensation they need. Experienced legal help can often help customers to resolve their issues more quickly and effectively than the Wyoming Department of Insurance may be able to.
Legal Representation for Insurance Complaints
While the insurance commissioner’s office may be able to assist policyholders in enforcing the law and ensuring that their insurer does not violate their rights, the resources and capacity of the Wyoming Department of Insurance is not unlimited, and many individuals may be better served by pursuing outside legal representation for cases involving issues such as:
- Improper claim denial
- Unnecessary delay in claim
- Cancellation or termination of insurance policy in violation of the law
- Misrepresentation of coverage available under policy
The Wyoming insurance commissioner’s office can help individuals with all of these issues. However, by consulting with an attorney, you may be able to get your problem resolved more advantageously and in a shorter amount of time.
Contact an Insurance Lawyer
If your insurance company has violated the terms of your policy or otherwise acted in bad faith, help is available. Contact an insurance attorney at Jessica Rutzick & Associates, P.C. today by calling (307) 733-8140 to speak with a qualified legal professional about your situation and help determine your best course of action going forward.