Insurance Bad Faith Lawyer in Denver
Helping You Fight Back Against Insurance Companies
Our insurance bad faith attorneys at Denver Trial Lawyers ® represent consumers who have been victimized due to unethical practices committed by insurance companies.
Under Colorado law, insurance providers are obligated to act in good faith when handling and paying legitimate claims filed by policyholders.
Unfortunately, insurance companies are often more concerned with protecting their bottom line than paying people what they are rightfully owed.
If you believe an insurer has failed to act in good faith when handling your claim, you may have the right to pursue an insurance bad faith claim against the company.
This legal action could allow you to recover compensation for what you are owed, as well as additional compensation for other losses and attorney fees related to the insurance company’s failure to uphold its legal duty.
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Reasons to Choose Denver Trial Lawyers ®
- Hundreds of milions in compensation recovered from insurance companies and corporations
- Our legal team has over 175 years of collective experience
- We know how insurance companies operate
- There are no fees unless we win
How Insurance Bad Faith Claims Work
State law requires insurers to treat policyholders fairly. As part of this legal obligation, insurers must act in good faith when handling your claim, whether it arises from a car accident, homeowner’s insurance claim, or any other matter for which you purchased insurance coverage. These claims are common when insurers fail to pay homeowners following natural disasters, including severe storms, earthquakes, mudslides, and other severe weather incidents.
There are many ways an insurance provider can act in bath faith, including:
- Denying a legitimate claim covered by your insurance policy
- Failing to investigate or pay your claim in a prompt or timely manner
- Paying only partial benefits for a valid insurance claim
- Committing fraudulent or malicious actions
If an insurance company deprives policyholders of the payments to which they are entitled, they are acting in bad faith.
Our attorneys work diligently to investigate your situation and the terms of your policy in order to highlight how an insurer failed to uphold its legal duty, committed a breach of contract, and/or acted in bad faith.
Insurance bad faith can come in many forms, including:
When successful, insurance bad faith claims can hold insurers liable for paying the insured what they are owed, as well as any other damages policyholders incurred as a result of the claim denial or delay.
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For the past 13 years, Denver Trial Lawyers ® has been dedicated to protecting the rights of the injured and the wronged, especially during their fight for full and fair compensation from insurance companies who too often place profits over people. We understand how insurance companies operate, and we know when they fail to act in good faith.