After an accident, insurance is typically your safety net for handling any extra expenses you might face, from medical treatment to vehicle repairs. However, sometimes disputes with your insurance company can come to the surface, especially if you’re denied coverage. While not every disagreement you have with your insurance company means they’re explicitly being dishonest, insurance companies Continue Reading
Insurance Disputes & “Bad Faith” Claims
Insurers are supposed to take care of you and your family when you need help most. Unfortunately, greedy insurance companies often try to interfere with a person’s right to compensation as provisioned in the policy and a bad faith insurance dispute case ensues.
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If an insurance company denies a policy holder’s claim without a clear reason, the insurance company may be acting in “bad faith.” After an accident or catastrophe, an insurance adjuster will evaluate the damage. Adjusters are trained to investigate situations and look for reasons that could justify denying personal injury claims. The line between acting in good faith and bad faith is very thin Continue Reading
At some point in your life, there may be a need to resolve a dispute with your insurance company. Disagreements are often a result of an amount due on a bill, the amount a company paid on a claim or nonpayment of a claim. These claims, however, can be resolved. Continue reading for four important steps to handling a dispute with your insurance company. Know your rights Every insurance Continue Reading
If you’re in an accident, regardless of fault, you expect your insurance company to act in good faith. What this means in layman’s terms is you expect your insurance carrier to fully investigate any claims, provide timely answers, and provide honest information. This is part of the contract you enter into with an insurance company – in exchange for monthly or yearly premiums, they agree to provide Continue Reading
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