Bad Faith

bad faith

An insurance company owes a duty of good faith and fair dealing to the people it insures. If an insurance company breaches this duty, the policyholder may have a claim for bad faith. Some examples of insurance bad faith include improper investigation, refusal to recognize the claim, improper delay in handling the claim, and unreasonable interpretation of the insurance policy. In other cases, bad faith may occur when an insurance company unreasonably refuses to pay a judgment or settlement. If an insurance company is found to have acted in bad faith, the plaintiff may be awarded punitive damages, which may be greater than the original value of the policy.

If you are a Florida public adjuster in need of assistance with resolving a client's bad faith claim, the law firm of Anidjar & Levine, P.A. can help. Retaining an attorney with thorough knowledge about Florida insurance law can give you the advantage you need to successfully resolve your client's claim. The attorneys at Anidjar & Levine, P.A. are thoroughly familiar with insurance caselaw in Florida and can help prepare an effective strategy for your client's claim. We have successfully represented clients throughout the state of Florida in insurance bad faith claims and have built a reputation for the highest quality, professional legal services. Anidjar & Levine, P.A. is proud to bring to each case our highly experienced attorneys, extensive legal knowledge, full team of legal experts, and a dedication to getting the best results possible. Your initial consultation is completely free and there is no obligation.

If you are a public adjuster and would like to schedule a free initial consultation with an experienced South Florida insurance bad faith attorney, call Anidjar & Levine, P.A. at (800) 747-FREE or fill out and submit our online "Contact Us" form.