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My Insurer Won’t Pay
The Disputed Insurance
claims specialist

We act for consumers and businesses who have had a genuine insurance claim rejected within the last 6 years or the offer made on their insurance claim is too low.

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Did the insurance company make the wrong decision?

Is your claim worth over £2,000?

Is your claim still ongoing?

Is your overall claim worth over £2,000?

Yes, You could be Entitled to Claim!

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We can help people like you

We can offer you advice and assistance when your Insurance Company has rejected your claim, refused to pay you what your claim is worth, or given some other reason not to pay you. 

The Insurance Company may be alleging you failed to tell them something when you took out the Policy, or that you have exaggerated the value of your claim.

A qualified and assured solicitor can help you claim back what is rightfully yours.

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FREE initial review

There is a widespread perception that all solicitors cost you money from the start. This is incorrect.

At My Insurer Won’t Pay we offer every client a free review (no charge whatsoever) of their rejected insurance claim or disputed insurance claim.

When you contact us, a member of the team will assess your claim fully before helping you decide on the next step.

NO win no fee

If our assessment is that your claim has reasonable prospects of success, we will be happy to pursue it on a no-win, no-fee basis.

You will receive the compensation you deserve.

We have the capacity and experience to handle every type of case, from low value cases to multi-million pound cases.

You are in safe hands!

The Insurance Act 2015 states an insurance company can’t reject your claim if you took reasonable care to answer all their questions honestly and to the best of your knowledge. It places additional responsibility on insurance companies to ask the right questions in order to decide whether or not to insure potential policyholders and at what costs, rather than the burden being on policyholders to disclose information which may be relevant.