Insurance Bad Faith
The relationship between you and your insurance company is a contract. You agree to pay premiums when they are due and the insurance company agrees to act in good faith when dealing with your claims. If an insurance company unreasonably withholds the benefits of policy from its insured, it may be considered to be acting in “bad faith.” This may include denying a reasonable claim and/or requiring unreasonable actions or documentation by an insured person to prove a claim.
If you believe that your insurer has acted in bad faith, in addition to the value of the claim itself, you may be entitled to damages related to emotional distress and punitive damages if the conduct is considered outrageous.
If you or someone you love has been denied a legitimate insurance claim, you need an experienced Pennsylvania insurance bad faith attorney. At Dale E. Anstine, our attorneys are ready to take on big insurance companies and have successfully represented clients in a variety of bad faith cases of all sizes.
Call today for your free consultation. Our dedicated attorneys will fight for your rights and seek the compensation you deserve.