Practice Areas

We represent small businesses in property damage claims. If you insurer has denied or underpaid your damage claim, we will fight for you.

Our Specialities

  • Insurance Disputes
  • Wind and Hair Damage
  • Property Damage Claims

San Antonio Insurance Attorney

Is Your Insurance Company Working With You or Against You?

When you purchased your insurance policy, it certainly seemed like your insurance company would work with you if you ever needed to file a property damage claim. Now that the need has arisen to turn to your insurer for help, it may seem as if just the opposite is true.

That’s because it is. The insurance company is literally working against you, devising strategies to deny or underpay claims that should actually be paid in full. Thankfully, you do not have to go against the insurance company alone. Pennebaker Law’s expert property damage attorneys are is here to help policyholders in South Texas fight for fairness.

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Corpus Christi, Texas, Denial of Insurance Lawyer Fighting for Fairness and Ready to Resolve Any Insurance Dispute

Led by San Antonio insurance dispute lawyer Douglas Pennebaker, Pennebaker Law handles insurance disputes of all types. Most of our cases involve:

Homeowners insurance disputes

Business insurance disputes related to property damage claims

We are also prepared to handle cases involving life insurance disputes and disability insurance disputes, as well as disputes over uninsured and underinsured motorist coverage in personal injury cases.

We bring more than 20 years’ experience to these cases—experience that includes firsthand knowledge of insurance company tactics, thanks to founder Douglas E. Pennebaker’s background as an insurance defense attorney. Let us put that knowledge to work for you.

When an insurance company denies or underpays a claim and fails to fulfill its end of the contract it made with the policyholder, it is referred to as bad faith insurance. In many cases, the insurance company’s actions constitute not only a breach of contract, but a violation of the Deceptive Trade Practices Act as well.

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