Insurance Bad Faith: When Insurance Companies Don’t Play Fair
If your insurance company has denied your claim or refused to make a reasonable settlement for the claim you submitted, our lawyers can help you by bringing a lawsuit against the insurer.
At Turbin Chu Heidt Attorneys at Law, we have been very successful in bringing cases against insurance companies here in Hawaii. We can prove that an insurer failed to uphold their end of the contract with you.
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- Our legal team has defended clients’ rights since 1979
- We have won millions for our clients from insurance companies
- You are never charged a fee unless you receive compensation
If you believe your insurance company is treating you unfairly, call our Honolulu insurance claims lawyers at 808-528-4000 or contact us online to learn more about our services.
Protecting Your Best Interests When Your Insurance Company Acts In Bad Faith
An insurance policy is a contract between the person who purchases it and the insurance company. The insured agrees to pay the premium and the insurer agrees to cover the claims that the insured submits when coverage is needed in the event of an accident or catastrophe. Insurance law dictates that there is an unwritten promise that the insurance company will treat the client fairly.
Not all insurance companies behave “in good faith,” meaning that they do not uphold their end of this implied contract. Frequently, insurance companies will give low-ball estimates of damages to be paid or will deny claims for unknown reasons. When this occurs, insurance companies are considered to be acting in “bad faith.”
Insurance companies are ultimately in the business of making money, despite their many advertisements promising that they will take care of you in the event of an emergency or accident. When they fail to uphold their end of the bargain, you have the right to sue for compensation.
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Call Turbin Chu Heidt at 808-528-4000 or send us an email to schedule your free initial consultation to discuss your insurance matter.