Insurance Bad Faith: A Quick Overview

You might get suspicious of your insurance company if they do some of the following things:

  • Denying your claim
  • Offering only a fraction of what you should be paid, or
  • Delaying payment too long


Usually these things mean “bad faith” from insurance companies and you probably should hire an experienced attorney who deals with Insurance Bad Faith. Hiring an attorney for this will give you a greater chance proving that your insurance company acted in bad faith and did not deal fair. When those things are relevant, you should be able to recover damages, which could include:

  • Compensation for the original loss
  • General damages
  • Loss of use of the insurance proceeds
  • Punitive damages


Every Case is Different is different when it comes to Insurance. An experienced personal injury attorney can look at the particular circumstances of the case and decide what action will most likely redress the injury you underwent.


Need an experienced attorney who knows how Insurance Bad Faith works? Contact Jim Buxton today and get justice for your case.