A bad faith insurance dispute can arise in numerous ways and can involve any kind of policy. Life insurance, automobile insurance, business insurance and homeowner’s insurance are just a few examples. Usually, the policy holder suffers an accident or loss, prompting them to file a claim. The insurer may conduct an investigation regarding the validity of the claim, but as long as the damages are in line with the covered items in the policy payment should be prompt.
Unfortunately, insurance companies try hard to pay as little as possible. They’ll stretch or distort the facts to make it seem as if the loss isn’t covered by the policy. They may delay payment or completely deny responsibility. This behavior can turn into a major headache for the policy holder.
If you feel that your insurance company is exercising bad faith practices, you don’t have to face them alone. Contact the Potter Law Offices to help you with your Nevada insurance bad faith claim.