Insurance in ‘bad faith’ implies that an insurance company failed to perform its duty in ‘good faith’ to the person or persons it insures.
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They represent policyholders, in court or arbitration, who have been wrongfully denied insurance coverage or compensation.
They understand the complex mix of applicable insurance laws in any given state, as well as the legal precedents set on a federal level.
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