Getting What's Right
The hardships of being involved in a life threatening accident are difficult enough. The bad faith of an insurance company makes life unnecessarily more difficult. For honest individuals simply looking for the means to recover from tragedy, insurance companies pose a seemingly impossible barrier. Having the right expertise in your corner has proven to be the single most effective remedy for individuals wronged by their insurance companies.
Insurance Dispute Legal Overview
What is known as Insurance Bad Faith (or insurance fraud) is actually a tort claim that an individual with insurance may have against an insurance company.
Who is involved in an Insurance Bad Faith claim is an insurance company and the insured party.
Why insurance fraud occurs is because insurance companies owe a duty of good faith and fair dealing to the persons they insure. This duty is often referred to as covenant. When insurance bad faith has occurred it means that an Insurance Company has violated the legal covenant.
How a legal covenant can be violated is often quite complicated and can occur in many ways. In some instances, improper investigation by an insurance company of damaged property can qualify as bad faith. Other violations can include improper valuations of damages, delay of payment for damages, denial of all valid damage claims etc.
Finding Your Solution
To navigate through the complicated world of insurance requires knowledge and insight. Without knowing the proper way to proceed, success can be limited or altogether unlikely.
However, having the correct knowledge of the right path to take in any insurance dispute can make or break your recovery. Read examples of how an attorney can turn things around.
Getting the Right Results
If you're suffering from the bad faith of an insurance company, find out how the expertise of one of Arizona's leading personal injury and wrongful death firms can help you recover. Fill out the consultation form on our website or call Jensen Phelan Law Firm, P.C. directly at (928) 227-1116 to arrange your free consultation.