Is Your Insurance Company Acting In Bad Faith?
It seems almost inevitable that you will run into an insurance company that will do anything to avoid fulfilling your claim and paying you the maximum benefits you are entitled to.
What most people do not realize is that this is not legal. You have rights and legal recourse options when insurance companies act in “bad faith.”
What Does “Acting In Bad Faith” Mean?
When you sign up for an insurance policy, you are entering into a legal contract with your insurer. You agree to a specific policy and payment; they agree to cover certain services. If your insurance company is not fulfilling its end of the contract, they may be acting in bad faith.
Below are some common examples of insurance companies acting in bad faith:
- Refusing or failing to approve a claim within the scope of your policy
- Unnecessarily or indefinitely postponing claim fulfillment
- Denying a claim without clear reasoning
- Mischaracterizing or misrepresenting facts to justify denying a claim
- Failing to consider or receive appeals after a claim denial
Experienced Attorneys For Bad Faith Insurance Claims
If your insurance company is acting in bad faith, you have legal recourse options. You can begin by filing a bad faith claim against your insurance company. Let us help.
At Ricci Partners, LLC, our lawyers have guided people and businesses just like you through the insurance claims process. Let us utilize our experience to advocate for you and protect your right to benefits.
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