Insurance companies will frequently deny, reduce or delay payment to its beneficiaries unreasonably. In some cases a denial will come as the result of some minor technicality within the terms of the policy and other times the insurance company will find some irregularity or obscure detail to deny, reduce or delay payment of your claim. When an insurance company refuses to pay the beneficiary of a policy unreasonably, due to some factor manufactured by the insurance company, due to some insignificant reason or does so in violation of a state or federal law, it has acted in “bad faith” in its relationship with the beneficiary.
If you feel as if your insurance company has unreasonably delayed, denied or reduced your claim, call one of the insurance bad-faith expert attorneys at the Attorney Injury Network. We can often tell you right over the phone if you have a case and we are happy to give you a free case evaluation and insurance company review. Call today 1-800-935-8511.
Types of Insurance
There are many different types of insurance: health insurance, life insurance, car insurance, homeowner’s insurance, renter’s insurance, fire insurance, flood insurance, earthquake insurance and many other forms of insurance. No matter what form of insurance you may have or need, insurance is intended to protection against loss or damage and you pay a premium each month so that the protection will be there when you need it.
What happens after you have paid thousands of dollars to the insurance company and they refuse to pay your claim? You call the insurance bad-faith experts at the Attorney Injury Network. We know how to make the insurance company pay. Call us today at 1-800-935-8511.