When Should You File a Bad Faith Insurance Claim?
You may be entitled to file a claim against the insurance company when coverage has been denied or limited without justification or sufficient notification. Essentially, an insurance company may be violating your rights as a policyholder or “acting in bad faith.” Under the law, insurance companies must live up to the agreements they enter into with customers.
Some of the most common bad faith insurance claims include:
- Undervaluing a claim intentionally
- Stonewalling or unreasonable delay in payment of claims
- Denying claims without justifiable or reasonable cause
- Failing to review a claim within a reasonable time period
- Failing to properly investigate a claim
- Denying a claim due to vague or unreasonable interpretation of the policy
Perhaps your insurance company has informed you that your losses are excluded from your policy or offered you a settlement that is far from substantial in covering the damage you have suffered. Whether your claim has been denied, the insurance company is slow to file your claim, or you are facing other issues, we can help you.
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