We Know How to Stand Up to the Insurance Companies
Insurance policies represent a contract between the insured and the insurance company. It stipulates that the company will act in “good faith” in regard to all covered insurance claims.
If the insurance company withholds these benefits for any reason, they are acting in “bad faith.”
Some of the most common bad faith behaviors include:
Failing to thoroughly and promptly investigate an insurance claim
Purposely delaying payment
Denying benefits which would otherwise be reasonable
Refusing to address or settle a claim
Failing to fully compensate the insured for their loss
Using unrealistic interpretations of insurance policies
In order to win bad faith cases, the attorney must provide proof that the insurance company neglected an otherwise legitimate insurance claim. When someone is denied compensation for a legitimate claim, it is important to retain an attorney who specializes in bad faith insurance cases. The Law Offices of Troy A. Brookover specialize in aggressively fighting for the rights of bad faith insurance practices. Troy’s unique trial experiences provide insight into how insurance companies defend themselves, thereby giving bad faith insurance clients a legal cutting edge.