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Bad Faith Insurance Claims

April 21, 2013

One of the most frustrating things for the average American to have to deal with in their lifetime is an insurance company that practices in bad faith. Thankfully, most states have one or more for of "Bad Faith" legislation or laws to help deter, and to provide recourse for, these bad faith insurance claims.

There are multitude of ways an insurer, or a specific claim, can be considered to be in "bad faith" and if you ever come into a situation where you might think you are dealing with a bad faith insurance claim you will need a lawyer to help you fight for your rights. Unfortunately, the dynamic that falls into place between insurer and insured when filing a health related insurance claim is completely mis-proportionate (a large corporation vs a sometimes lone person with waning health, damaged property, etc) and it stands to reason that there will be those that take advantage of this unfair situation. You don't have to stand alone.

Some things to look out for if you suspect you might be dealing with a bad faith insurance claim are: delays in paying a claim, denials without reason, complete failure to respond... the list goes on but you get the idea. If you feel that you are the victim of a bad faith insurance claim, call or contact us today.


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