Insurance Law: It's Difficult For Policyholders To Recover Attorney Fees In Insurance Litigation

The decision whether or not to enforce one's rights under an insurance policy by suing an insurance company can be a difficult one for a policyholder. The decision-making process usually occurs after a policyholder has already suffered the one-two punch of sustaining some type of financial loss (e.g., repairing damaged property or incurring defense costs), and then receiving a related denial of coverage from an insurer.

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