Insurance bad faith involves the misconduct of an insurance company with regard to its insureds and customers, including the refusal of an insured’s right to receive the proper insurance benefits listed in their contract.
Examples of insurance fraud are:
- The insurance company denies the insured individual, family or company the full benefits guaranteed in the policy
- The insurance company postpones payment unreasonably to an insured
In every contract with an insurance company, there is a stated “covenant of good faith and fair dealing,” which means that both the insurance company and the insured party are to act fairly and with good faith. The insurance company is required to fully compensate the covered persona in a timely and appropriate manner.
Our attorneys will analyze your insurance documents to determine the company’s contractual obligations to you. If the insurance company is denying your claim or acting in bad faith, we will provide zealous representation on your behalf.
MGA Law has successfully represented clients in numerous insurance bad faith disputes. It is important to hire an attorney who understands the complexity of these issues and will conduct the case with integrity and discretion, while protecting your legal interests. Contact our office for additional advice regarding how to protect your interests in a business matter and schedule a consultation with an experienced attorney at our firm.