Honolulu, Hawaii Insurance Attorneys
Experienced lawyers handling insurance cases
The attorneys at Sakai Iwanaga Sutton Law Group know insurance law. Our attorneys understand the arguments that juries want to hear and the strategies that produce results. Whether your issue involves life, property, casualty, automotive or disability insurance, our attorneys have the knowledge and the skill to help you successfully resolve the problem and move forward with your life.
Leveling the playing field for our clients
Our attorneys focus their insurance practice in the following areas:
- Insurance litigation and appeals
- First-party claims
- Third-party claims
- Claim management consulting
- Motor vehicle claims
- Construction claims
- Analysis and interpretation of insurance policies
Our attorneys are highly trained professionals who work to educate our clients and protect their rights. For example, knowing the difference between a first-party claim and a third-party claim can be critical to choosing the proper insurance coverage for yourself or your business. A first-party claim involves the insurance company’s refusal to pay benefits on a claim submitted by a policyholder. Third-party claims arise when an insurance company either fails to defend a suit brought by a third party against an insured or fails to pay on a claim asserted by a third party against the insured.
Knowing your rights is the first step to finding a solution to your legal problems, and we are dedicated to guiding you through the process to make sure you receive the coverage you bought.
Know your rights and demand what you deserve
Insurance companies often claim your policy lacks the coverage necessary to provide you with the benefits you seek. If the insurance companies refuse to honor your claim, we analyze every detail of your policy to prove them wrong. If litigation becomes necessary, you can rest assured that our attorneys vigorously defend your rights in court to get you the best possible results.
Our firm has a proven record of successful settlements and jury verdicts, and is comfortable with handling even the most complex cases.