Insurance Bad Faith Litigation

Insurance bad faith describes claims that an insured person may have against his or her insurance company for its bad acts.  Insurance bad faith can occur when an insurer fails to follow statutory or regulatory guidelines, unreasonably denies a claim, refuses coverage, delays the payment of benefits owed, or otherwise mishandles a claim.  Damages recoverable through a bad faith claim are for the economic and non-economic harm caused by the wrongful conduct.  HBC litigators have extensive experience, with notable success, representing individual plaintiffs in insurance bad faith cases against insurance companies.