When you file a claim with your insurance provider, you expect the insurer to honor your policy and provide you with the compensation you’re due after an accident or injury. Sometimes, however, what the policyholder expects and what the insurance company provides are two different sums. When insurance providers deny a valid claim or fail to honor a policy, they are acting in bad faith.
Here are some examples of ways insurance companies may act in bad faith:
- Failing to pay a valid claim
- Failing to address a claim in a timely fashion
- Failing to provide full compensation under policy conditions
- Failing to offer attorney services to defend you against liability claim insurance disputes
If you or someone you know are having trouble with an insurance dispute, call the attorneys at Burgos and Associates today at (504) 488-3722 or fill out the contact form below to schedule your consultation.