Types of Bad Faith Dealing
Whether you are dealing with home insurance, auto insurance, life insurance, or disability insurance, you may find that the insurance company does not want to deal in good faith. The insurance company may deny your legitimate claim in several ways:
- Deny that a valid claim is covered under your policy
- Delay investigation of the claim
- Delay communications about your claim
- Delay payment of the claim
- Pay only partials benefits for the claim
- Fail to provide prompt and reasonable explanations for the denial or partial payment of your claim
Bad faith dealing is more than just a difference of opinion over how much your claim is worth. When the claims adjuster refuses to give you specific reasons for denying your claim or reasons for giving you a low settlement, you are likely dealing with a bad faith insurance claim.
Attorneys Who Fight for the Little Guy
Unfortunately for consumers, it’s hard to fight the big insurance companies. That’s where Shafner Law can help. We fight for the little guy.
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You may be eligible to receive up to three times the amount of benefits owed to you in addition to other damages in your bad faith insurance case against the insurance company.
Call Shafner Law today at (303) 796-0555 for your free case consultation. Our lawyers are based in Denver and represent clients throughout the state of Colorado.