Handling Bad Faith Insurance Claims
Individuals pay insurance premiums trusting that in times of need the insurance company will provide the coverage promised and paid for. However, insurance companies are notorious for denying legitimate claims for benefits. At Roboostoff & Kalkin, we litigate against insurance companies for their bad faith denial of claims. We have more than 50 years of combined legal experience and are committed to obtaining the benefits our clients deserve. Contact our civil litigation attorneys for a free initial consultation to discuss your denied claim for benefits.
Bad Faith Denial Of Insurance Coverage
An insurance company can be held liable for unfairly denying insurance coverage or benefits to a policyholder. This conduct is known as bad faith. Our California civil litigation lawyers are experienced with insurance companies that wrongfully deny insurance policy claims, such as:
- Long–term disability insurance claims
- Car insurance claims
- Fire insurance claims
- Homeowners insurance claims
- Earthquake insurance claims
- Marine and boat insurance claims
Our bad faith litigation law firm understands how insurance companies function. Through our years of experience, we have become accustomed to dealing with insurance companies. We know how to obtain the necessary evidence to prove the insurance company has acted in bad faith. We aggressively litigate against insurance companies to compel them to do what the law requires — fairly approve and pay valid insurance claims. We make the law work for you.
Whether you have received a denial of an insurance claim for long-term disability or other insurance benefits, our bad faith litigation attorneys will aggressively pursue your claim. Contact our bad faith insurance claim lawyers today for a free initial consultation: 877-374-7270.
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