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Dawson and Rosenthal

Year: 2017

Elements to prove in an insurance bad faith claim

Bad Faith Insurance,Our Blog – July 28, 2017

Most consumers will agree that insurance companies are not the easiest entities to deal with, especially when it comes to evaluating and paying out claims. Despite the catchy commercials and musical jingles, consumers may not realize that insurers are in the business of offering coverage not just to be there when things go bad, they… read more

What consumers should know about bad faith insurance

Bad Faith Insurance,Our Blog – July 12, 2017

Many of our readers have a basic understanding of bad faith insurance before having issues with their insurer. They may understand that insurers “should” act in good faith and deal with their customers in a fair and efficient manner. While these attributes make for good customer satisfaction scores and could foster more business, some insurers… read more

How a case for punitive damages can be proven

Bad Faith Insurance,Our Blog – June 19, 2017

When an insurer refuses to provide benefits when it has a contractual obligation to do so, an insured may seek a breach of contract claim. While these types of claims are common, there is a separate claim reserved for an insurer’s actions (or lack of action), that rise to a level that can be considered… read more