What is Insurance Bad Faith?

Insurance bad faith occurs when an insurance company fails to fulfill its obligations to policyholders, acting in a manner that is dishonest, unfair, or in breach of its contractual duties. This can include:

  • Unreasonable Denial of Claims: Your valid claim is denied without a reasonable basis.
  • Delay in Processing Claims: Insurance companies unnecessarily delay processing your claim to avoid payment.
  • Underpayment of Claims: Your claim is paid, but the amount is less than what is reasonable under your policy's terms.

How We Can Help

  • Legal Expertise: Our attorneys have a deep understanding of insurance law and know how to hold insurance companies accountable for their actions.
  • Aggressive Advocacy: We will fight vigorously to ensure that you receive the full compensation you are entitled to under your insurance policy.
  • Personalized Service: We provide personalized attention to each client, guiding you through the legal process and keeping you informed every step of the way.

Types of Insurance Bad Faith Cases We Handle

Health Insurance Denials: Challenges with coverage for medical treatments and procedures.
Homeowners Insurance Claims: Disputes over property damage, including fire, water damage, or natural disasters.
Auto Insurance Claims: Issues with coverage for vehicle repairs or injuries sustained in accidents.
Life Insurance Claims: Problems arising from the denial or delay of life insurance benefits.