Practice Area Details
Insurance Bad Faith/Coverage
Every insurance policy includes an implicit or explicit promise of fair dealing and Good Faith. When an insurance company does not fulfill its obligations, failing to investigate or pay the proper value for the damaged property, it can result in a Bad Faith claim. But, to the confusion of many customers, not every denied claim constitutes Bad Faith; claims and payments must also meet the requirements set forth in the contract.
This is why Yukevich | Cavanaugh attorneys defend companies against spurious Bad Faith litigation. Our attorneys can advise you on how to prevent Bad Faith claims by instituting proper practices, advise you on coverage claims, and assist you with litigation should your case come to trial.