When filing a claim with your insurance company, you might reasonably expect to receive prompt payment of benefits as afforded by your coverage. However, in many cases, insurance companies may deny payment on valid claims, delay proceedings, underpay benefits, or even withhold payment altogether. Practices such as these, when used to deny benefits on legitimate insurance claims, are known as acting in bad faith.
Insurance disputes can be frustrating and difficult to navigate, not to mention the financial hardships that may come about as a result of unpaid benefits. If you believe that your insurance company has acted in bad faith regarding your claim, our attorneys are here to help. Contact the law offices of Tucker and Welch today to schedule your free consultation.