When insurance companies issue a policy, they promise that they will protect their policyholders when they suffer a loss to their home, their car, or their business. Life insurers promise that benefits will be paid upon death. Disability insurers promise that payments will be made in the event of inability to work due to injury or illness.
Insurance companies are required to perform their obligations in good faith. Their failure to do so entitles the policyholder to sue for insurance bad faith. If the insurance company unfairly denies or delays your claim, you may be entitled to be paid your full policy benefits, and additional damages such as emotional distress, attorney's fees or in some cases, punitive damages.
Our law firm has successfully recovered benefits for our clients in insurance bad faith cases involving the following insurance policies:
- Life Disability
- Commercial General Liability Insurance
Has your insurance carrier denied or delayed payments due to you?
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