Insurance Red Flags to Watch Out For

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Dealing with insurance companies can be tricky. When considering that denying and reducing as many claims as possible is how insurance companies make money, this is no surprise. Insurance bad faith is a legal term used to refer to the unjust actions of an insurance company in which a fair claim is denied or reduced, […]

What is Insurance Bad Faith and How Can You Recognize it?

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Many people might not know what the term “insurance bad faith” refers to, but could probably recognize signs of it. Insurance bad faith occurs when an insurance company fails to deal fairly with the people they insure in order to avoid paying a claim. In these situations, a claim can be filed against the insurance […]

Pitfalls to Watch Out for When Dealing with Insurance Companies After a Work Accident

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When you are hurt on the job, you may be eligible to receive workers’ compensation, commonly referred to as workers’ comp. Workers’ comp is designed to pay for any medical bills and lost wages which may occur due to a work injury or illness. However, proving that an injury sustained in a work accident is […]

How to Tell if Your Insurance Company is Practicing Bad Faith

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Insurance bad faith refers to when an insurance company refuses or delays payment on a valid claim from a policyholder. This could include intentionally misinterpreting the policy rules to avoid having to pay a claim or arbitrarily demanding proof from the policyholder that is not necessary to the situation. Insurance bad faith can result in […]

What is Insurance Bad Faith and How Can You Recognize it?

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Many people might not know what the term “insurance bad faith” refers to, but could probably recognize signs of it. Insurance bad faith occurs when an insurance company fails to deal fairly with the people they insure in order to avoid paying a claim. In these situations, a claim can be filed against the insurance […]

What to Do if You Are Hit by an Underinsured Motorist

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Car accidents are stressful enough on their own, and can be especially so if you are involved in a collision with an uninsured or underinsured motorist (UIM). The best way to protect yourself and your family in the event of a car accident with an uninsured or underinsured motorist is to make sure you have […]

What Is Insurance Bad Faith?

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Insurance bad faith is a stunningly common occurrence. When you purchase insurance, you do so in order to protect yourself against economic losses arising from injury, poor health or property damage. When you purchase this insurance, the insurer has a duty to provide you coverage and to uphold the terms of the policy you purchased. […]

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ERISA is a Legal Minefield—Don’t Go it Alone

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ERISA is the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974. If an employer offers insurance as a part of its benefits package (healthcare, dental, vision, disability or any other insurance), they must comply with the policies outlined in ERISA. When you get hurt and seek ERISA benefits, you must submit a claim to your insurance […]