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Bad Faith Insurance

If each month you diligently made payments on your insurance, can an insurance company delay payment when you have a valid claim?

Absolutely not.

Insurance companies are legally required to pay claims properly and promptly. When you sign an insurance contract, you enter into an agreement with an insurance company. By paying your premiums, you cannot be wrongfully denied or underpaid for your claim. Fraud on the part of insurance companies can be in the form of:

  • Misrepresenting facts regarding coverage
  • A lack of prompt investigation and payment on a claim
  • The refusal to pay claims even when proof of losses/damages has been offered

It is grounds for a lawsuit when insurance companies “act in bad faith,” and refuse to pay valid claims that are outlined in your contract. Insurance companies that act in “bad faith” put their own economic interests ahead of the consumers who work hard to pay their monthly premiums. Because large insurance corporations can use their size and power to intimidate individual policyholders it is important to have a law firm who is experienced in taking these huge entities on.

If you have a valid contract with your insurance agent and/or insurer, and they have engaged in fraudulent behavior or acted in “bad faith,” Click HERE for a free evaluation of your case by the Law Offices of Brian D. Witzer. We have the resources and expertise to help you fight for justice.


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