Dothan Alabama personal injury and accident lawyer Aaron Gartlan filed a lawsuit Monday August 22, 2011 against the USAA Casualty and Insurance Company in the Circuit Court of Dale County, Alabama on behalf of a hard-working, honest Ozark, Alabama woman that lost her husband in a tragic automobile wreck. The lawsuit against USAA alleges breach of contract and bad faith related to their failure to pay a claim for underinsured motorist coverage, in an effort to prove liability and damages, add value to the case and maximize recovery.
The basic factual contentions of the lawsuit are that the Ozark woman lost her husband in a terrible automobile wreck. She then made a claim with USAA for underinsured motorist coverage, and USAA denied her claim even though her automobile insurance premiums were paid and the policy was in place.
Dothan Alabama personal injury and accident Lawyer Aaron Gartlan of Gartlan Injury Law take great pride in helping people stand up to big powerful corporations like insurance companies and welcome calls from people that feel like they have been taken advantage of by them. When you feel like you have been taken advantage of, especially by a big powerful corporation, naturally it can seem intimidating and overwhelming. It is important to seek legal advice immediately in this situation from an experienced Dothan, Alabama lawyer. Our American Court System and the right to a jury trial were created by the people for the people and designed to give the people a level playing field against big powerful corporations like insurance companies.
Aaron Gartlan is a graduate of Troy University and the Thomas Goode Jones School of Law who focuses his practice exclusively on representing those injured by the wrongdoing of others. He is member of the National Trial Lawyers Association’s Top 100 Trial Lawyers, Million Dollar Advocates Forum and Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum. In addition to his legal practice, Aaron teaches Business Law as an adjunct instructor at Troy University’s Sorrell College of Business and serves as a field artillery sergeant in the Alabama National Guard.