Illinois Insurance Dispute Lawyers
Founded in 1929, the law firm of Featherstun, Gaumer, Postlewait, Stocks, Flynn & Hubbard handles a wide range of insurance litigation matters. Our skilled attorneys defend insured parties against a wide variety of injury claims, and we also represent either the insurance company or the insured party in insurance litigation.
If you are an insurance carrier, insurance agent or insured party and have questions about insurance litigation, please contact our offices to speak with one of our insurance litigation lawyers.
Personal Injury Defense
If a person is injured and claims in a lawsuit that you were at fault, your insurance carrier will assign an attorney to defend you against the claim. The personal injury defense lawyers at Winters Featherstun take their role as your personal injury defense lawyer very seriously. Our attorneys are known for their litigation and trial skills. We have substantial experience in a broad range of personal injury defense lawsuits, and have fought successfully for a positive result for our clients in cases such as:
- Premises liability defense (if someone is injured on your property)
- Auto accident defense
- Construction site accidents
- Products Liability
You will find us to be dedicated and committed advocates who will keep you informed every step of the way.
Workers' Compensation Defense
Workplace injuries are a serious matter, and in many instances a worker who is injured will receive fair compensation through the workers' compensation scheme. However, there are times when you as an employer may need an attorney to defend against an unreasonable or fraudulent workers' compensation claim. When your workers' compensation defense lawyer comes from Featherstun, Gaumer, Postlewait, Stocks, Flynn & Hubbard, you can be assured that your legal advocate will provide a professional and vigorous defense. We use experienced personal injury investigators and hire medical or workplace engineering experts as necessary to defend your company against fraudulent workers' compensation claims, and our attorneys use their high-quality litigation skills to fiercely defend you in court if the dispute reaches the point of a trial.
Featherstun, Gaumer, Postlewait, Stocks, Flynn & Hubbard represents both insurance carriers or the insured party in insurance disputes. Through our substantial understanding of the insurance industry, we are able to provide professional and capable legal representation on all matters related to insurance on behalf of the insurer or the insured.
Contact Our Decatur, Illinois Insurance Litigation Attorneys
If you have questions about insurance defense law or insurance litigation, please contact the law offices of Winters Featherstun today for a confidential consultation. We can be reached by telephone at 217-429-4453. Or, use the e-mail form on the Contact Us page of this Web site for a prompt response.
Our law firm is proud to be AV®-rated under Martindale-Hubbell's peer review rating system*
FEATHERSTUN, GAUMER, POSTLEWAIT, STOCKS, FLYNN & HUBBARD
225 N. Water St., Suite 200
Decatur, IL 62523
P.O. Box 1760
Decatur, IL 62525-1760
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Near Central Park
Featherstun, Gaumer, Postlewait, Stocks, Flynn & Hubbard proudly serves business and individual clients throughout central Illinois, including Decatur, Champaign, Bloomington, Springfield, Monticello, Charleston, Peoria, Tuscola, Clinton, Sullivan, Shelbyville, Taylorville, Lincoln, Danville, Effingham, Vandalia, Paris, Marshall, Toledo, Salem, Newton, Paxton, Galesburg; and Macon, Champaign, Moultrie, Sangamon, McLean, Peoria, Logan, DeWitt, Piatt, Christian, Shelby, Douglas, Coles, Vermillion, Fayette, Effingham, Tazewell, Edgar, Cumberland, Clark, Crawford, Jasper, Marion, Knox and Livingston counties.
* CV, BV, and AV are registered certification marks of Reed Elsevier Properties Inc., used in accordance with the Martindale-Hubbell certification procedures, standards, and policies. Martindale-Hubbell is the facilitator of a peer review rating process. Ratings reflect the confidential opinions of members of the Bar and the judiciary. Martindale-Hubbell ratings fall into two categories - legal ability and general ethical standards.