The answer to that question is a resounding yes, and Jack Landskroner in Cleveland points out why: parties who hire representation receive three-times more than those without representation in insurance disputes. Jack reminds us to:
Keep in mind that all insurance companies have scores of attorneys at their fingertips, despite the fact that they would prefer you do not retain counsel. Also remember that most injury attorneys work on a contingency fee basis and only get paid when they win. The contingency fee attorney has a shared interest with the client to obtain the largest recovery available with the least amount of expense in the most expedient manner possible.
So, if you are facing an insurance dispute, it may be important to contact an attorney and protect your legal rights.