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Dispute Resolution in Insurance | Resolve Conflicts with Insurance Company

Dispute Resolution Process in Insurance

Dispute resolution refers to the process of resolving conflicts or disputes between two parties. In the context of insurance, dispute resolution refers to the process for resolving disputes between the policyholder and the insurance company. This process can include negotiating a resolution, mediation, or taking the dispute to court.

Example:
If a policyholder believes that their insurance claim has been unfairly denied, they can pursue dispute resolution. This can involve contacting the insurance company directly to try to resolve the issue, or it may involve hiring a lawyer and taking the dispute to court. But before taking that step you may want to contact your broker, preferably us here at BrokerFish.com even if we are not your broker today, or possibly the Financial Ombudsman if there is one avaliable for the applicable law for your policy.