When  an  insurance  company  violates  principles, regulations or
laws governing   insurance  law,   it  may  constitute  a breach  of  
the  insurance  policy  or  even bad  faith  in denying  a claim. Bad
Faith  can  be  evidenced  by  the  insurance  company  stalling  in
making a decision on a claim, or requiring unreasonable actions or
documentation  by  an  insured to prove a claim. In addition to the
value of  the claim itself, the  remedy  for an insurance company's
breach of  the  insurance  policy, an  insurance company acting in
bad faith  may  also be  liable for  damages  for  causing emotional
distress to  the  plaintiff  and  perhaps even punitive damages if the
conduct, or the pattern  of  conduct,  is outrageous.  We  handle      
the   following   types   of   insurance   disputes:     homeowners
insurance,    fire    insurance,   uninsured   motorist    insurance,  
commercial   insurance,   life   insurance   and  health  insurance.  
We   also   handle   these   types  of  insurance  losses:  fire  loss,
theft  loss, flood  loss, weather  related  loss, automobile loss and
commercial losses.
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