Bad Faith Insurance Practice Group Formed at the Lanier Law Firm

September 11, 2009 (PRLEAP.COM) Business News
In today's tough economic environment, it's unfortunate that bad faith insurance practices have become all too common. But The Lanier Law Firm is responding by forming a new Bad Faith Insurance Practice Group, and firm attorney Phillip Sanov of Houston will lead the group.

Along with other members of the firm's new group, Phillip Sanov will represent residential homeowners and commercial property owners around the country in disputes with insurance carriers based on claims arising from fires, storms and other natural disasters.

"When you call Houston home, you become intimately familiar with the effects of natural disasters and the insurance mess often left in their wake," states Lanier Law Firm founder Mark Lanier. Our new practice group will work to help businesses and individuals get back on their feet after a disaster."

Having helped thousands of businesses and people recover insurance payments due to damage from Hurricane Ike, The Lanier Law Firm also handles claims dealing with earthquake, mudslide, forest fire and other disaster damage.

"After paying premiums for years, you expect an insurance company to stand behind you when you disaster strikes," notes Sanov. "The sad truth is that most people and businesses I talk with have been wrongfully denied, unreasonably delayed or vastly underpaid for their insurance claims."

The Lanier Law Firm has offices in Los Angeles, Houton, Palo Alto and New York. Committed to addressing client concerns with effective and innovative solutions in courtrooms across the country, the firm is composed of outstanding trial attorneys who have decades of experience handling legal cases involving asbestos exposure, intellectual property, sports law, pharmaceutical liability, business litigation, toxic exposure, maritime law and product liability.