Bad Faith Insurance Claim Information
A bad faith insurance claim is filed when the insurance company should have provided proper compensation according to the policy contract, but failed to do so. Acts of bad faith can include:
- Delaying in processing a claim
- Denial of payment
To discuss a bad faith insurance claim with one of our experienced bad faith insurance lawyers, call the Edwards Law Firm toll-free at 1-800-304-9246. There is no charge for your initial case evaluation.
Policy-holders often feel helpless when their insurance company acts in bad faith. Insurance companies are only needed when it is very important, such as recovering from a car wreck, from storm damage, or injury. Policy-holders pay monthly premiums in good faith," so it is expected that the insurance company behave "in good faith" in return; however, this is not always the case.
If it is proved that an insurer is withholding or denying coverage for petty or made-up reasons, a bad faith insurance claim may be viewed favorably. We never promise an outcome. The courts have a record of considering what a reasonable insurer would have done in similar circumstances. The courts look at whether the company is honoring its contract. Call our bad faith insurance attorneys today to discuss the facts of your case.
If your bad faith insurance claim is successful, you may be entitled to the money the claim should have paid; you may also be repaid for any related costs, such as any money you spent fighting the case.
To make a bad faith insurance claim in Oklahoma, Arkansas or Texas, call the Edwards Law Firm today, toll-free, at 1-800-304-9246. There has to be a reasonable basis for an insurance company postponing, short-changing or denying the benefits spelled out in a policy. We understand that the language of policies is not always clear for the average person. Our insurance claim attorneys are skilled at making a bad faith insurance claim. Call us today for a free, no-obligation, consultation to explore your legal options.