Insurance Claims And Insurance Bad Faith
Louisiana Insurance Claim Attorneys
When we sign a policy, we expect an insurance company to honor it. However, too often, insurance companies simply refuse to live up to their obligations. The only way to force them to give you the money you deserve is to hire an experienced lawyer to file a bad faith insurance claim.
At Tauzin & Lorio, APLC, we can help people throughout Lafayette, Louisiana, and the surrounding areas who have been victimized by insurance companies. We can meet with you free of charge and will not charge you any attorneys’ fees until you get a settlement or verdict.
What Is a Bad Faith Insurance Claim?
A “bad faith insurance claim” holds an insurance company accountable for violating principles or regulations governing insurance law. It may constitute bad faith in denying a claim, stalling in making a decision on a claim, or requiring unreasonable actions or documentation by an insured to prove a claim.
A successful bad faith insurance claim can get you what you deserved in the first place. In addition, holding an insurance company liable for acting in bad faith can result in recovery of further damages caused by emotional distress or perhaps punitive damages if the company’s conduct is outrageous.
We Never Represent Insurance Companies
We never represent insurance companies. We are fully committed to helping people victimized by insurance companies, and can also help with any other issues involved, including auto accidents, truck accidents, dangerous products, admiralty / maritime issues, and other personal injury matters.
Visit our attorney contact page or call 337-988-7588 to sign up for a free initial consultation. From our law office in Lafayette, insurance claim lawyer Kevin Tauzin files bad faith insurance claims for people throughout southwest and south central Louisiana, including Baton Rouge, Lake Charles, Monroe, Alexandria, South Louisiana, New Orleans, Shreveport, throughout Lafayette Parish, Acadia Parish, and Iberia Parish, St. Martin Parish much more.