OCALA BAD FAITH INSURANCE CLAIMS

OCALA BAD FAITH INSURANCE CLAIMS

Insurance companies are businesses focused on one thing: making a profit. If they can find a reason to deny a claim, they will. In some cases, however, they go too far by denying claims that are valid and preventing insurers from receiving the benefits they are entitled to under their insurance policies. This is called acting in bad faith, and it is against the law. If you believe your insurance company has acted in bad faith, you can bring a bad faith insurance claim, and may even do so without paying attorney fees.

WHAT IS INSURANCE BAD FAITH?

Bad faith insurance claims are claims by individuals against insurance companies that have failed to live up to their contractual obligations (their insurance policies).

Insurance bad faith can encompass a number of actions by insurance companies, including:

  • Failing to provide adequate compensation for a loss
  • Failing to timely and fully investigate an insurance claim
  • Denying benefits to valid claimants
  • Failing to settle cases / intentionally extending claims

DON’T ACCEPT YOUR INSURANCE COMPANY’S CLAIM DENIAL AS FINAL WORD!

Many insurance companies deny a majority of the claims upfront—even though they are obligated by law to pay all valid claims in a timely manner. Unfortunately, many insurers accept their claim denial as final. Those who do challenge claim denials are often met with strong resistance, delayed payments, lowball settlements, and other insurance tactics. During more than 15 years as a Florida lawyer, Steven Wingo has challenged these tactics and recovered full and fair compensation for clients throughout Florida.

He has a strong understanding of insurance law and policy and can use that knowledge to provide dedicated representation in insurance bad faith cases involving any type of insurance, such as:

You may be the victim of illegal insurance tactics. Now is the time to speak up by calling Steven Wingo, Attorney at Law at 888-900-0659. Get the help you need today from their firm.