Insurance Bad Faith

What to Do If Your Insurance Company Cancels Your Policy

The vast majority of individuals have an insurance policy to protect their assets, their health, and even their own lives. But what happens if your insurance company unexpectedly cancels your policy in bad faith? Luckily, you do not have to face the insurance company on your own—if your provider suddenly ceases your coverage, contact the South Dakota insurance bad faith attorneys at Turbak Law for assistance.
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|April 23rd, 2019|Insurance Bad Faith|0 Comments

Signs Your Insurance Company May be Using Intrusive or Demeaning Investigation Methods

Insurance companies are required by law to fulfill their contractual obligations to policyholders, which is referred to as acting in good faith. In other words, you buy an insurance policy and pay the premiums with the understanding that if you are owed a benefit under that policy, the insurance company will act responsibly to investigate your claim and pay you what you are owed.
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|January 22nd, 2019|Insurance Bad Faith|0 Comments

Filing Complaints with the South Dakota Division of Insurance

Perhaps you have filed a claim with your insurance company and have received no response. Or maybe your insurance company has denied a claim for a benefit to which you are entitled under the terms of your policy.  If you are being treated unfairly by an insurance company, it may be time to file a complaint with the South Dakota Division of Insurance.
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|January 8th, 2019|Insurance Bad Faith|0 Comments

Need Help Paying Your Medical Bills? Here’s What You Can Do

Imagine you are involved in a car accident, are injured, and are experiencing pain as a result. You know you need medical treatment, but […]

|November 9th, 2018|Insurance Bad Faith|0 Comments

Our Best Advice for Homeowners Insurance Claims

With hailstorms, fires, floods, and other natural disasters growing rampant, it’s wise to have homeowners insurance—in fact, it’s a must! So, you dot all of your i’s and cross all of your t’s, pay all of your premiums, talk with all of the people, and fill out all of that paperwork.
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|October 26th, 2018|Insurance Bad Faith, Insurance Claim Denied|0 Comments

What does it Mean that Insurance Companies have a Legal Duty to Act in Good Faith?

As a policyholder, you have the right to expect that your insurance company will treat you fairly. That means getting prompt and respectful attention when you submit a claim.
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|October 9th, 2018|Insurance Bad Faith|0 Comments

Your Long Term Care Insurance Claim Was Denied. What Do You Do Next?

When you buy long-term care insurance, you trust the insurance company to cover your care when you need it most. Too often, insurance companies acting in bad faith deny claims to avoid making payments. If this happens to you, here’s what you should do next.
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|October 1st, 2018|Insurance Bad Faith|0 Comments

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
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