FAQs About Bad Faith Insurance
After filing an insurance claim, most families will expect their insurer to act in good faith. As a policyholder, it’s natural to expect the process to work in your favor, especially when you have maintained a solid payment record. When an individual has been involved in a situation that affects their way of life, compensation may be needed immediately to diminish unexpected financial burdens.
Unfortunately, insurance companies do not always act in the best interests of their policyholders, and they use bad faith techniques to diminish the payout or completely reject the claim on illegal grounds.
But you can fight it.
The bad faith insurance lawyers of Millin & Millin want to ensure that you have the necessary knowledge to protect yourself from the unacceptable actions of your insurer. What follows are some of the most frequently asked questions about insurance bad faith.
- What is insurance bad faith?
- What type of insurance policies can be affected by bad faith tactics?
- What are some of the common “bad faith” claims that are made?
- What if my insurer says my claim is not covered under my policy?
- What is a first party insurance claim? And what is a third party insurance claim?
- How do insurance companies deal with insurance claims?
- How do I know if my insurance company acted in bad faith?
- How do I know if I have grounds for a case?
- What sort of compensation can I win in a bad faith lawsuit.
- What are the deadlines set by the Texas Insurance Code?
- Do I need an attorney to represent my bad faith claim?
The team of attorneys at Millin & Millin have the experience, knowledge, and ability to represent individuals, businesses, and property owners in the Rio Grande Valley against all the major insurance companies. Millin & Millin has secured tens of millions of dollars in unpaid benefits for clients. From health, life, home, and auto, our attorneys are effective and swift.
Contact us today at (956) 631-5600 for a free case evaluation and to find out how we can help you with your bad faith insurance claim.