When you buy an insurance policy, you expect the company to honor its commitments to quickly evaluate your claim and provide an answer. Often times though, insurance companies will mislead or needlessly delay providing a decision in hopes of not having to pay so much, or not at all.
If an insurance company has either delayed a claim or misled you, you may have grounds for an additional suit against the insurer.
That’s not to say that you can sue your insurance company just because you disagree with their decision.
However, if you feel you’ve been unfairly treated, and more importantly, the company hasn’t held up their end of the bargain to act in good faith, you may have grounds for an insurance bad faith suit. These often occur with car accident claims but can be applicable to any type of insurance.
To learn more and to discuss your case, contact Colorado insurance bad faith attorney R. Mack Babcock and associates at the Babcock Law Firm today for a free consultation.