What Does It Mean For An Insurance Company To Act In Bad Faith?

When you pay your health, auto, homeowners and disability insurance premiums, you expect your insurance company to honor and pay your claims fast and fairly, right? Unfortunately, this is not always the case.

An insurance company may be acting in bad faith if they wrongfully deny your claim or unreasonably delay payment, recklessly or knowingly acting without a reasonable basis. At Goldman Law Offices, our attorneys will work vigorously to assist you with insurance coverage problems you encounter, including issues involving:

  • Uninsured or underinsured motorist claims
  • Homeowners insurance claims
  • Health or disability insurance claims

When an insurance company acts in bad faith, we will aggressively fight to obtain the money and benefits that you are entitled to, including punitive damages if appropriate.

Uninsured And Underinsured Motorists

Many personal injuries result from motor vehicle accidents caused by uninsured or underinsured motorists. When this occurs, you as the victim of these accidents are forced to rely on your own insurance company for coverage. Our attorneys fully understand it is vital for you to have a lawyer on your side who will not only fight for your rights, but assist you in a professional and compassionate manner to obtain all of the money to which you are entitled.

Contact Goldman Law Offices

Contact our office by email or call us at 215-348-2605 to schedule a private consultation with an experienced Doylestown insurance claims attorney. Before your meeting, you may wish to review our answers to frequently asked questions about bad faith insurance claims.