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Disputed Insurance Claims Specialist

We offer a complete claims service from initial case review to representation at a final court hearing. We only deal with insurance disputed claims.

  • Your claim will be given a Comprehensive Initial Review by My Insurer Won’t Pay
  • We will introduce you to a specialist solicitor firm on our panel only if you decide to proceed
  • At the earliest opportunity, our solicitors will advise you on the value of your claim and how long it could take to settle
  • You will be provided with updates on a regular basis, as appropriate from the solicitor and ourselves
  • We will thoroughly explain why, if for any reason, your claim can’t proceed

My Insurer Won’t Pay
The Disputed Insurance
claims specialist

We act for consumers and businesses who have had genuine insurance claims over £5,000 rejected within the last 5 years or the offer made on their insurance claim is too low.

Was your...


Did the insurance company make the wrong decision?

Is your claim worth over £5,000?

Is your claim still ongoing?

Is your overall claim worth over £5,000?

Yes, You could be Entitled to Claim!

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At My Insurer Won’t Pay, we will review the circumstances of your case and if we believe your claim has a good prospect of success, we will take your claim on.

Our low initial administration fee means we take the risk on your behalf and we will only get paid if your claim succeeds. 

Our competitors, will usually take a large upfront payment from you with no guarantee of success.

Should your claim succeed, we will seek to recover fees and disbursement costs (eg the cost of obtaining engineering, accounting, forensic evidence or other evidence) from the opponent, as much as possible. In many cases part of our fees may be paid using a percentage of the compensation we secure for you – anything up to 50%. We will fully explain to you the details of your particular case so you will be able to make informed decisions about your claim throughout the process.

The particulars of your case and how fees and disbursements will be recovered by us will be outlined in your Conditional Fee Agreement (CFA) by one of our panel Solicitors. This is a legally binding document which you will need to read and sign before proceeding with your claim. We will explain the form to you in jargon-free terms and will be happy to answer any queries you may have.