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How to know if an insurance company is acting in bad faith

Posted on Friday, January 27th, 2017   

While it can be impossible to know when your insurance company is being deceptive until you actually have to file a claim, you can look for the common signs of an insurance company that refuses to honor your policy. Bad faith practices can include:

Making multiple demands for documentation

An investigation is delayed for no valid reason

A settlement is offered too quickly

An insurer pressures you into accepting a settlement by insisting it’s the “best offer you will get”

An insurer is hard to reach or doesn’t communicate with you often

An insurer doesn’t acknowledge evidence you’ve submitted

You have a valid claim and it is denied

Your policy is unexpectedly cancelled

Dealing with insurance company disputes can be a major headache in the aftermath of an accident. If you suspect your insurance company is being deceptive, reach out to the legal team at Pohl & Berk, LLP for support in your case. Our adept insurance claims lawyers can help you obtain the coverage you deserve. Call our Tennessee offices at 615-277-2765 to discuss your case in more detail.

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