When you are injured in an accident, one of the most frustrating parts will be having to deal with insurance companies to secure the compensation you deserve. No matter where the accident occurred — at work, driving in your car, walking home or one someone else’s property — you expect to be treated fairly.
When insurance providers act in bad faith, however, it is important to know where to turn for help. At Healy Scanlon Law Firm in Chicago, our personal injury and workers’ compensation lawyers have secured one of the largest bad faith claim verdicts on record. We have the experience necessary in this complicated area of the law to help you get through the long process while protecting your rights and interests.
Learn more today by contacting our law firm at 312-226-4236 to schedule a free consultation.
Insurance companies’ make money by limiting the amount of money that they pay out to policyholders and victims of accidents. What they do not have the right to do, however, is actively work against you outside of the bounds of the law. Some common examples of insurance bad faith include:
Our law firm has extensive experience with both personal injury and workers’ compensation claims, and how insurance companies in those fields work. We can determine the amount of the negligent party’s coverage and help you determine the best way to get the compensation you deserve, plus in some cases, additional funds for the insurer working against you in bad faith.
To build a successful insurance bad faith claim, you need attorneys who have the diligence and tenacity when taking action against insurance companies. At Healy Scanlon Law Firm, we understand what it takes. Contact our law firm in Chicago today at 312-226-4236 to schedule a free consultation.
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