Insurance Bad FaithInsurance Bad Faith

The law of insurance bad faith requires an insurance company to act fairly and in good faith towards its policyholders and to consider the interests of its policyholders equal to its own interests.  It also prohibits an insurance company from denying or denying a claim unreasonably or without proper cause. If an insurance company acts in bad faith it may be subjective to punitive damages. A policyholder can collect more than what is contractually owed under policy if an insurance company breaks this law. Insurance Bad Faith Lawyer – Denise M. Torres

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