We purchase insurance for our cars, homes, health, and even for our very lives because we want to be protected from financial devastation. Month after month, all of us pay premiums with the faith that if something goes wrong, the insurance company will pay what is fair.
Unfortunately, insurance companies are often more interested in increasing profits than in doing the right thing. Insurance companies routinely deny legitimate claims, knowing full well that most people do not understand their rights and will simply give up.
When an insurance company fails to meet the obligations set forth under a given policy or acts unreasonably in denying a claim or coverage, the claimant has the right to sue for bad faith.
If you believe that an insurance company has denied your legitimate claim, refused you coverage, unjustly cancelled your policy or otherwise acted unreasonably, you can file a bad faith insurance claim. Contact Kerrigan Estess Rankin McLeod & Thompson today to handle your bad faith case, available 24/7 at 850-444-4444 or fill out and submit our online “Contact Us” form.
Insurer Bad Faith
• Abusive Claim Processing
• Coverage Denial or Delay
• Failure to Defend
• Improper Claim Investigation
• Legitimate Claim Denial
• Unjust Policy Cancellation
• Unreasonable Payment Delay
• Unreasonable Settlement Offer