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Category: Bad Faith Insurance

Elements of a Bad Faith Claim

Bad Faith Insurance – November 1, 2022

When you enter into a contract with your insurance company, you don’t do so simply to pay monthly premiums. You have entered into the agreement assuming they will protect you from financial hardships if you ever need to file a claim. You have trusted them with your money in exchange for their protection. But what… read more

Examples of Catastrophic Losses

Bad Faith Insurance,Insurance Claims – October 17, 2022

Catastrophes, as defined in the insurance industry, refer to severe disasters for which claims are expected to reach a high dollar value. Catastrophic losses are of critical concern for many as entire families’ lives are completely upended by destruction, leaving their financial situation completely in question. For more information about catastrophic losses in regards to… read more

What is Concurrent Causation?

Bad Faith Insurance,Car Insurance Claims,Homeowner's Insurance – October 17, 2022

Concurrent causation is a common concern for many individuals suffering from losses experienced after a destructive event, often to property. While the specifics of concurrent causation may be confusing and overwhelming, those affected often rely on the help of San Diego insurance attorneys to help them navigate the specifics of insurance coverage. Call Dawson and… read more

Dealing with Bad Faith in a Workers’ Comp Claim

Bad Faith Insurance,Workers' Comp – August 2, 2022

All insurance carriers, including workers’ compensation insurance carriers, are required to operate in good faith and fair dealing with claimants. What this means is that they are required to investigate every claim and pay entitled benefits to the claimant if the claim is legitimate. However, there are times when insurance carriers do not operate in… read more