We assist policyholders and consumers obtain the insurance benefits to which they are entitled under their contract of insurance and California law.
If you believe that an insurance company isn’t negotiating in good faith, what can you do?
Whether it is your auto, homeowner, medical or commercial general liability insurance policy, that insurance policy is a paid-for promise by your insurance company to provide you with insurance protection, the company has a duty to provide that protection and to negotiate and settle claims in good faith.
An adjuster for your own insurance company is not negotiating in bad faith just because you and the adjuster have a difference of opinion about how much your insurance claim is worth. However, you may have a case against your insurance company for bad faith settlement claims practices if the adjuster for your own company has refused to give you any specific reasons for a very low settlement offer or has said or done something which might amount to an improper settlement tactic.
We will provide you with a free consultation to evaluate your case.