Insurance Bad Faith
Investing in an insurance policy should mean that you have support and coverage when you need it most. Unfortunately, insurance carriers have made a business out of limiting and denying even the most justified claims after an accident or injury. The attorneys at Varellas & Varellas, Attorneys at Law, are Kentucky lawyers based in Lexington and Louisville focused on helping clients take on insurance carriers that wrongfully deny or delay claims.
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Kentucky Insurance Bad Faith Claims
Policyholders and other injured parties have a right to bring claims against an insurance carrier if they believe that their claims were wrongfully delayed, denied or limited without reason. Many insurance disputes must proceed to litigation just to get them resolved, so it is important to work with an experienced trial attorney. Our firm has extensive experience in the courtroom and can effectively present your case. Insurance companies have a duty to deal in good faith with claimants. If you feel that you may have a bad faith claim, our attorneys can protect your rights.
We are experienced with insurance bad faith claims involving:
- Automobile insurance and car accidents
- Homeowners' insurance
- Life insurance
- Medical insurance
Recover the Compensation You Deserve
Our attorneys know how frustrating it can be to deal with insurance carriers. We also know that your livelihood may depend on a fair settlement. As your advocates, we can investigate your case, collect necessary documentation and deal directly with an insurance carrier on your behalf. When a settlement cannot be reached, we are prepared to take any of these cases to court. In addition to your insurance claim, you may also have an additional cause of action against the insurance company for bad faith, which may entitle you to additional compensation.
For more information or to speak with our experienced lawyers about your case, please call 859-252-4473 or contact us by e-mail to arrange a consultation.
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