Avocat spécialisé en droit d'assurances

Normand Auger

Québec, QC - Avocat

Servant également Province du Québec

Droit des assurances, Refus d'indemnit? ? 1085 av Louis St-Laurent

Normand Auger

1085 av Louis St-Laurent

Québec, QC G1R2W8

(418) 647-3939

(418) 647-3939

Ce que nous faisons

Membre du Barreau depuis 1978, Me Normand Auger œuvre exclusivement en droit des assurances au service de l'assuré, pour tout problème relatif au refus d'un assureur d'accepter votre réclamation résultant d'un sinistre (incendie, vol, inondation, etc.), de responsabilité civile ou encore d’une invalidité. Téléphonez dès maintenant au (418) 647-3939 .

Si vous croyez que votre assureur ne traite pas votre réclamation avec diligence, n'hésitez pas à nous consulter. L'entrevue initiale pour évaluer votre dossier est gratuite!

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Zone de Service

Province du Québec

Langues parlées
  • Français
  • Anglais
Produits & Services
  • Réclamations
  • Refus d'indemniser
  • Indemnité responsabilité civile
  • Recours pour les assurés
  • Invalidité partielle ou complète
  • Droit des assurances


Tarifs compétitifs modulés selon vos moyens!


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