How Do You Find Objective Advice For Insurance Claims?

Objective advice for corporate insurance claims can be difficult to find.  Given the intertwined relationships between insurers, insurance brokers and many lawyers, it can be difficult to determine who is looking out for your business and who is looking out for the interests of your insurance carrier.  Conflicts of interest are incredibly important in the world of insurance recovery law and these conflicts are often times not disclosed to policyholders.  Known or unknown, deliberate or unintentional, these conflicts can arise whenever a law firm or insurance professional is forced to share allegiances between an insurance carrier and a policyholder.

At Miller Friel, we exclusively represent policyholders. We do not represent insurers and we do not accept panel counsel defense work from insurers.  Often times, clients come to us despite the fact that their insurance broker representative urged them not to pursue a claim. Time and time again, we have recovered on those claims.   Having freed ourselves of all potential conflicts, we can provide much needed objective insurance claims advice, and vigorously represent our clients’ best interests.

In this video, managing partner Brian Friel talks about the importance of objective advice, both for insurance advisory services, and for claims handling.

To contact Miller Friel, please give us a call at: 202-760-3160.