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Category: Bad Faith Insurance

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

Why you need an attorney in insurance bad faith

Bad Faith Insurance,Our Blog – April 21, 2017

Insurance law is very complicated. Proving that your insurance company treated your claim with bad faith usually involves careful investigation of the insurance policy, the paper trail and the relevant statutes. Without an attorney with plenty of experience handling insurance bad faith litigation, you are going to have a hard time proving even a seemingly… read more

Is there a difference between insurance deceit and bad faith?

Bad Faith Insurance – April 7, 2017

An insurance company can deprive you of your rightful coverage without acting in bad faith. Sometimes, people make mistakes. Of course, whether an agent accidentally fails to approve your proper claim or wrongfully denies your claim on purpose does not matter much when you are facing huge bills that insurance was supposed to pay for…. read more