Bad faith insurance is when an insurance company fails to fulfill its obligations to its policyholders. This can happen when an insurance company denies a valid claim, delays payment, or offers an unreasonably low settlement.
Insurance companies must act in good faith and deal fairly with their policyholders. When they fail to do so, they can be held liable for bad faith practices and may be required to pay additional damages to the policyholder.
If you have filed a claim with your insurance company and they have unreasonably denied or delayed payment, offered an inadequate settlement, or failed to investigate your claim properly, you may be a victim of bad faith insurance.
It is essential to consult with an experienced bad faith insurance attorney who can review your case and determine if bad faith practices have occurred.
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Bad faith insurance attorneys will review the insurance policy, investigate the facts surrounding the claim, and gather evidence to prove that the insurance company acted in bad faith.
They will then negotiate with the insurance company on behalf of the policyholder to obtain a fair settlement. If the insurance company refuses to offer a reasonable settlement, the attorney may file a lawsuit and advocate for the policyholder in court.
The goal of a bad faith insurance attorney is to hold the insurance company accountable for its bad faith practices and obtain maximum compensation for the policyholder.
Breach of contract refers to a situation where one party fails to fulfill their obligations as outlined in a legally binding agreement. This can include failing to perform a promised action, failing to meet a deadline, or failing to provide a promised product or service.
A breach of contract can occur in any type of agreement, including employment contracts, lease agreements, and business contracts. To constitute a breach of contract, the failure to fulfill obligations must be material and significant enough to impact the other party's ability to benefit from the agreement.
The Sitterly Law Firm specializes in litigation that encompasses various types of breach of contract law. Here are a couple of examples of the types of breaches we litigate.
A breach of employment contract consists of an employer failing to fulfill the terms outlined in an employment contract. This can include some of the following:
A breach of a business contract can occur when one party fails to fulfill its obligations as outlined in the contract. This can include the following: