Northern California ERISA and
Non-ERISA Insurance Dispute Lawyers
You paid your premiums. You depended on your insurance company to be there for you. Now, when you need them, they are not on your side.
At Goldstein, Gellman, Melbostad, Harris & McSparran we understand the difficult position you've been put in. We are here to help you obtain the policy benefits you deserve. Our partners have been helping policyholders for more than three decades. Equally important, we have had a great deal of success, including numerous six- and seven-figure results against insurance companies on behalf of previous clients.
We represent clients with life insurance disputes over claims, payments and coverage throughout Northern California, San Francisco, Marin, Walnut Creek, Oakland and San Jose. Call our San Francisco law offices directly at 415.673.5600 or contact us online for a free consultation regarding any of the following issues:
- ERISA Claims
- ERISA Long-Term Disability Claims
- ERISA Life Insurance Claims
- Disabling Injuries & Conditions
- Claim Denials, Terminations & Appeals
Other Insurance Policy and Coverage Disputes
- Insurance Coverage Issues
- Bad Faith Insurance
- Failure to Defend
- Failure to Pay Claims
- Private Disability Insurance
- Homeowners’ Insurance Claims
- Business Owners (CGL Commercial General Liability) Policies
- Landlord & Property Owner Insurance Issues
- Auto Insurance Claims
- Uninsured & Underinsured Motorist Policies
- Life Insurance Claims
- Insurance Companies
Other legal issues: Our attorneys provide advice, services and representation in other areas of law, please visit our additional web site for more information
An AV* Rated Law Firm
We offer free initial consultations and can provide advice and representation on either an hourly basis or on a contingency basis. To learn more, call our offices directly at 415.673.5600 or contact us online.
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