Posted on behalf of Henness & Haight on Sep 07, 2016 in Insurance News
Insurance companies are legally required to act in good faith, treating all parties with honesty and acting fairly when investigating, negotiating and settling claims. If an insurance company fails to uphold this obligation, otherwise acting in bad faith, the wronged party may be entitled to bring a legal claim against the company.
Be aware of these signs that could indicate and insurance company is acting in bad faith:
Navigating the insurance claims process can be difficult and confusing – especially if you are also recovering from injuries. It is to your advantage to work with an attorney who can guide you through the process and ensure the insurance company is acting in good faith.
If you feel an insurance company is acting in bad faith and treating you unjustly, you may have cause to take action against them. The skilled Las Vegas insurance lawyers at Henness & Haight will fight for your best interests working to maximize your insurance settlement and ensure good faith negotiations.