Southeast Insurance Dispute Attorneys Explain Bad Faith Practices
The rights of Florida, Louisiana, and Alabama property owners when insurance companies act in bad faith
You pay good money for the insurance policies you purchased. Many homeowners, businesses, and churches go years or even a lifetime without making a claim for damage to their home or buildings. When you do make a claim, you have the right to expect the insurance company will honor it by promptly investigating your claim, evaluating all your damages, and paying full value. When companies deny payment on false grounds, try to stall to force a lower settlement, or fail to negotiate fairly, you DO have the right to hold the insurance carrier liable for bad faith.
At Warhurst Law, our founder, attorney Gene Warhurst, understands how insurance should work because he worked as a claims adjuster before becoming a lawyer. It is this unique perspective that informs and guides how our team does business throughout the Southeast. Contact us today in Mobile if you believe you have been a victim of bad faith tactics.