An insurance agreement is a contract between the insurance company and the policyholder. In exchange for the payment of premiums, the insurer is obligated to meet the commitments it made in the insurance policy. Simply put, an insurance company must honor valid claims filed by its policyholders. Too often insurance companies deny valid claims. Denying valid claims not only increases the profits of the insurance company but can also lead to bonuses being paid to the claims adjuster denying the valid claim. This unfair practice is termed insurance bad faith.
Forcing Nebraska Insurance Companies to Live Up to Their Promises
Simply put, an insurance company must honor valid claims filed by its policyholders.
Policyholders can hold the insurance company responsible when they practice insurance bad faith. Omaha accident attorneys at Cullan & Cullan LLC can help you hold these companies responsible and force them to meet their contractual obligations. You've kept up your end of the bargain, you've faithfully paid your premiums, now it's time to ensure your insurance company meets their end and delivers on their promises.
Common Insurance Bad Faith Tactics
- Denial of coverage for "mistakes" on the claim application
- Ruling a course of treatment "experimental"
- Endlessly requiring "more information" before making a determination
- Needless delay in payments
- Improper valuation of deductibles
- Insurance contract rescission
Speak with our Omaha Insurance Bad Faith Lawyers at (402) 882-7080
We welcome your calls about insurance bad faith cases. Contact a Nebraska injury lawyer for an appointment. Our physician/trial lawyers represent claims nationwide.