Pro Se: No Attorney Michael Kessler asked 10 months ago
Pro Se: No Attorney

Hello, We have a toll with our two colluding insurance companies for a claim that is still open after 2 years and 4 months! It’s looking like we are going to have to sue each of them by this coming June 11th, and unless we can find an experienced insurance attorney, we will have to file our complaints in federal court, Pro Se, which is not our preference. If there are any attorneys reading this that are licensed to practice in Washington State, specializing in insurance law, we would love to hear from you to discuss the possibility of representation. Thank you for your consideration.

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Answer for Pro Se: No Attorney United Policyholders Staff answered 10 months ago

Dear Michael,

We are sorry to learn you’re having an insurance problem that requires legal help. While United Policyholders is not a legal referral agency, we do list a directory of consumer-oriented credentialed professionals on our website who support our mission and have experience in insurance law.

Please read our tips on Hiring Professional Help and Hiring an Attorney for an Insurance Claim, then visit our Find Help Directory, select your state, and then choose “attorney, legal help” from the dropdown menu. Before hiring any professional, it’s important that you understand how fees and costs will be handled, and speak with at least one prior client reference.

Please note that UP strives to help consumers who are seeking qualified and reliable professional help, but we cannot warrant the work or services of professionals, even if they are listed in our Find Help directory or serving as volunteers with our organization. We encourage you to check references and thoroughly vet before hiring.

We hope this information is helpful.