Insurance Bad Faith

Do you have a case of insurance bad faith?

When you buy an insurance policy, you are required to pay them promptly and in full. So when you have a loss claim, shouldn’t the insurance company have to do the same?

Insurance companies are required to act in good faith and fair dealing
Insurance companies are required to act in good faith and fair dealing

When they don’t, the law calls it Insurance Bad Faith. We can help you recover damages for their wrongdoing.

Cases involving a tort claim against an insurance company for bad acts can result in large awards of punitive damages. Insurance companies have a duty to act in good faith and fair dealings and when they don’t, you have the right to make a claim.

And, in many cases, when the insurance companies conduct is particularly egregious, the insured party can recover an amount larger than the original face value of the policy.

Have you experienced any of these issues?
  • undue delay in handling a claim
  • inadequate investigation of your claim
  • refusing to defend a lawsuit on your behalf
  • refusing a fair settlement offer
  • unreasonable interpretation of your policy
  • threats as a result of your claim

Call us today at (208) 345-1000. Seiniger Law is experienced in dealing with insurance company bad faith and we can work to protect your rights.