Insurance Company Good and Bad Faith in Tampa

You pay for insurance and expect to have your claim honored. The insurance company wants to make their shareholders happy. They do this by wrongly denying claims. This is bad faith. Courts take bad faith in Tampa claims seriously.

Insurance Company Good and Bad Faith in Tampa

Good faith means that the insurance company is fair, open and honest. Bad faith occurs when your insurance company denies valid claims. They can do this without legitimate explanation, by delaying claims procedures, offering unfair settlements, or denying claims altogether.

If you have a big claim or your insurance company habitually denies claims, you may need help getting your insurance company to pay. Your insurance company has attorneys. You should as well.

Identifying Insurance Company Bad Faith in Tampa

If you have experienced the following, you may have a case for a bad faith claim.

  • Unreasonable offers of settlement
  • Denial of claim on unjust grounds
  • Unreasonable delays when investigating/responding to claims
  • Careless claims investigation
  • Unreasonable explanations/interpretations of the policy terms
  • Lack of communication
  • Unreasonable requests of the claimant designed to interfere with claim

If you feel your insurance company is acting in bad faith, click on the link for a free consultation. You may be eligible for up to three times the insurance benefit amount. Courts can award interest, attorney fees and costs, punitive damages, and more.

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