Insurance Bad Faith

Uninsured vs. Underinsured: What’s the Difference?

If you have been in a car accident and were hurt because of someone’s actions, you may be hit with all sorts of costs. In addition to the pain from your injuries and the damage to your vehicle, you will have the bills for medical treatment and the necessary time off work.
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|June 15th, 2018|Insurance Bad Faith|0 Comments

Insurance Money Available for Loved Ones of Pedestrians Hit by Vehicles

Pedestrian deaths from car accidents have reached a 25-year high. As the rate of other traffic fatalities falls, the number of pedestrians struck and killed by motorists is higher than ever. When a pedestrian is hurt or killed, insurance may be available to help offset resulting financial losses.
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|May 23rd, 2018|Insurance Bad Faith|0 Comments

Were Your Crops Damaged by Dicamba? Here Are Your Legal Options

South Dakota Dicamba attorneys are helping farmers who have lost significant assets due to the fact that they cannot grow crops that have been genetically modified to resist the plant herbicide, Dicamba. If your crops have suffered Dicamba damage, you can file a lawsuit that may help you get compensation for your losses.

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|May 17th, 2018|Insurance Bad Faith|0 Comments

Common Signs of Insurance Bad Faith

Unfortunately, even honest policy holders can become the victim of insurance company bad faith actions. If you have experienced any of the following, you […]

|May 8th, 2018|Insurance Bad Faith|0 Comments

This Graphic Explains Why Insurance is “The Phantom of the Courtroom”

Click below to download the Phantom of the Courtroom infographic.

|April 27th, 2018|Insurance Bad Faith|0 Comments

5 Common Reasons Why Your Homeowners’ Insurance Claim May Have Been Denied

Homeowners insurance should provide a welcomed safety net in the event of a crisis. When the unexpected happens, you should be able to rely […]

|April 17th, 2018|Insurance Bad Faith|0 Comments

How to Dispute a Homeowners Insurance Claim Denial

You most likely bought homeowners insurance to protect your family’s assets. You sought peace of mind through the promise that in the event of a tragedy, your insurance company would reimburse you for losses. But when a legitimate claim is denied, your peace of mind can quickly turn to stress and confusion.
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|February 5th, 2018|Insurance Bad Faith|0 Comments

What to Do When Your Parent’s Long-Term Care Insurance Claim Is Denied

If your parent’s claim has been denied, you can file an appeal with the company and in court if necessary. Help protect your parent’s rights before you file a claim and after you receive a denial. When you are ready, contact an attorney for help.

Insurance companies have a duty to handle all claims in good faith. In the case of long-term care insurance, however, policies are rarely profitable, and companies often deny legitimate claims. Often policies are older, written in the 1980s and 1990s before the evolution of long-term care and assisted living. The insurer may dispute what services are covered and bury the claim in red tape.
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|January 26th, 2018|Insurance Bad Faith|0 Comments

A Brief History of Bad Faith in Insurance

An insurance company’s duty of good faith is not just a moral imperative – it’s a legal obligation. If your insurance company fails to act in good faith, you have options.

Until you file a claim, you may not think much about your insurance policy being a binding contract. Unfortunately, when the time comes for your insurer to uphold its contractual promises, you may get the runaround. Maybe your claim is outright denied or the insurance company fails to properly investigate. It might unreasonably deny payments, offer to pay less than what your claim is worth, or even misrepresent your rights under the policy. These are some of the ways insurers can act in “bad faith.”
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|November 20th, 2017|Insurance Bad Faith|0 Comments

3 Examples of Insurance Bad Faith Cases for You to Consider

Insurance policies are supposed to give you peace of mind. But sometimes insurance companies don’t keep their promises, leaving people without the money they were counting on to replace what they lost. 

If you have had an insurance claim denied and think your company is acting in bad faith, talk to a South Dakota insurance bad faith attorney to find out what you can do. Meanwhile, see if you can relate to these examples of insurance bad faith.
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|November 15th, 2017|Insurance Bad Faith|0 Comments
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