|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
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