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How Much Compensation Will I Recover after Filing a Bad Faith Claim?

Since every case of bad faith insurance is different, there is no certain way to determine the exact amount of compensation you will receive after taking legal action against a corrupt insurer.

answered by Gregory A. Cade

A lawyer specialized in bad faith insurance cases will be able to give you a rough estimate of the damages you can recover

While not as complex and demanding as toxic exposure cases, bad faith insurance cases are also quite challenging, requiring the expertise of a lawyer with vast experience in this area of practice. Each situation which involves bad faith practices on the part of a deceitful insurer is unique. Therefore, the value of your bad faith claim can only be roughly gauged by a specialized attorney. Moreover, depending on the variables which will inevitably arise over the course of the legal process, it may increase or decrease. Similarly, the type of damages you can recover following a lawsuit are dictated by your particular circumstances, as well as by the law of your state of residence.

Regardless of how severe your situation is, we strongly encourage you to contact our lawyers, who have nearly 30 years of experience with bad faith claims. They will help you navigate the complex legal process ahead of you, as well as estimate how much your claim is worth. Furthermore, when your insurance company will offer a settlement, they will skillfully negotiate the amount of compensation so as to provide you with the maximum damages you are entitled to recover. Benefiting from the assistance of a specialized attorney will also help you avoid accepting unfair settlements. Contact Environmental Litigation, Group, P.C. at 205.328.9200 and we will do all in our power to ensure your bad faith insurance claim results in the compensation you truly deserve.

*The information presented should not be construed to be formal legal advice nor the formation of a lawyer/client relationship.

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