When you buy insurance, you assume
that you will be protected against loss - either
from an injury or a catastrophic event. This is
not always true. Often, insurance companies look
for ways to deny claims, even if they don't have
a valid excuse for denying the claim.
This attempt to avoid paying
justified claims is fraud. When you buy insurance
from a company, you put your faith in them. The
breach of your trust and the betrayal in denying
your claim for a false reason is bad faith.
Some examples of bad faith may involve a disability
insurance company failing to investigate a claim,
delaying claim investigations for no apparent
reason, failing to provide payment on a covered
claim, misrepresenting the meaning of the language
of a contract.
Professionals and consumers
who have been unfairly denied long-term disability
benefits may be entitled to compensation. If your
insurer has denied you benefits, we want to help.