Legal Advice for “Bad Faith” — 37 results
Written by attorney Gregory Colburn, 7 months ago.
Explains the unreasonable or unfair conduct of an insurance company also known as insurance bad faith. What Does the Term "Insurance Bad Faith" Mean? "Bad faith" refers to unreasonable or... more
Written by attorney Michael Goeing, over 1 year ago.
Insurance helps to assure one that in case of some terrible occurrence there will be financial compensation available to protect ones personal assets. While insurance companies are always... more
Written by attorney Howard Roitman, almost 3 years ago.
INSTITUTIONAL BAD FAITH
1. Unfair Trade Practices
2. Uninsured and Underinsured Motorist Insurance
B. Institutional Bad Faith Case
C. Insurer Policies and Practices
Written by attorney Alexis Miloszewski, over 3 years ago.
Too many times, a plaintiff has filed a 'PFA' based on 'bad faith.'
By Attorney Alexis Miloszewski, PFA Attorney, Harrisburg, PA
I have represented numerous defendants in Protection from... more
Written by attorney David Aronberg, about 4 years ago.
Insurance companies owe a duty of good faith and fair treatment to all persons insured by their company. What this means is that the insurance company is required by law to act in your best... more
Written by attorney David A. Kulisch, about 4 years ago.
BAD FAITH - RELATED CAUSES OF ACTION
Inherent in every contract, there exists a duty
of good faith and fair dealing. In the
late 1950's and early 1960's, this duty of good... more
Written by attorney George Brown, 3 months ago.
This guide identifies the various issues and legal standards that often arise when prosecuting a bad faith insurance claim under Oklahoma law. The Special Relationship Between an Insurer... more
Written by attorney Jon Jackson, almost 7 years ago.
Pattern of Greed 2007: How Insurance Companies Put Profits over Policyholders Ever have a problem with your insurance company? Guess what. You're not alone!
This report reveals that in... more
Written by attorney David Dorer, over 2 years ago.
Sometimes insurance companies don't settle claims when they're supposed to. Under Georgia Law, if an insurance company does not pay a claim it is legally required to pay, a claimant can... more
Written by attorney Sean P DuBois, almost 4 years ago.
Your insurance company is supposed to help during bad times.
Isnt that the unwritten promise? For example, State Farm says, Like a Good
Neighbor, State Farm is There. This implies that... more