What are some common cases of bad faith?
A: Bad faith can arise in almost any situation where an insurance company treats an insured individual or party unfairly. We have been involved in cases including house fires, property damage claims to home or commercial property, uninsured/underinsured motorist coverage and more. There are a variety of other contexts where bad faith can arise. For example, bad faith may occur when insurance companies delay or deny payment of benefits for health insurance, disability insurance, life insurance or long-term care insurance.