Insurance Bad Faith Lawyers
Serving Four States With Offices In Joplin and Springfield
At Johnson, Vorhees & Martucci, we stand up for policyholders who are dealing with unscrupulous insurance companies, including third-party insurers and your own insurer. Whether you are dealing with a wrongfully denied claim or what you believe to be insurance company fraud, it is important that you learn your rights and what you can do to resolve your claim. Our insurance bad faith lawyers can help you find prompt and effective solutions so you can recover the settlement you need.
We can review your bad faith insurance case during a FREE consultation– (417) 206-0100
What Constitutes Bad Faith?
An insurance policy is essentially a contract. When you purchase a policy, you are obligated to submit payments on time and the insurance company has a responsibility to honor the terms of the contract. If an insurer fails to uphold their end of the contract by handling your claim in bad faith or in a dishonest manner, then you may be able to take legal action by filing a bad faith insurance claim.
You may have a valid bad faith insurance claim if an insurer:
- Has denied your claim without a valid reason
- Delayed investigations of a claim
- Attempting to settle a claim for far less than what the coverage allows
- Using abusive or threatening language when communicating
- Misrepresented the terms of the policy and benefits
There are many more examples of bad faith insurance practices. Don’t hesitate to go over your claim with one of our attorneys and we can provide you with our honest assessments.
Skilled Trial Lawyers on Your Side
Our team is passionate about helping our clients hold insurers to their promises. We have even successfully gone up against large national insurance carriers. If a claim cannot be settled through negotiation, our skilled trial attorneys are not afraid to push for a trial. We have several offices conveniently located in Springfield and Joplin.
Contact us at (417) 206-0100 if you are interested in discussing your case.