Insurance Bad Faith
Homeowners and businesses pay premiums to insurance companies to protect their assets from losses covered under policies from all manner of unexpected events, such as pipe bursts, theft, acts of vandalism and natural disasters. When an insurance company contractually agrees to cover losses and then breaches that agreement, the insurer may be subject for “extracontractual” or “bad faith” liability.
Insurance bad faith can include situations when insurance companies,
- Fail to promptly and thoroughly investigate a claim
- Deny coverage based upon an unreasonable interpretation of the policy language
- Deny coverage on unreasonable or “pretextual” grounds
- Purposely delays or stalls payments
- Refuses to pay the full value of the claim
The attorneys at Abir Cohen Treyzon Salo, LLP have successfully represented individuals and businesses in actions against insurance companies who engage in unfair tactics to deny or underpay their insureds’ claim.
The attorneys at Abir Cohen Treyzon Salo LLP know that insureds seeking a fair resolution of their claims need a strong partner to prevent their insurance companies from engaging in bad faith tactics and to hold them accountable when they do.
For answers to your questions regarding bad faith claims, contact the experienced insurance bad faith attorneys at Abir Cohen Treyzon Salo, LLP toll-free at (888) 20-CLAIM.