Providing Legal Options Regarding Unfair Treatment By Insurers

Insurance companies may have legitimate requests for information about your disability or medical condition. In some cases they need more information in order to approve a claim. But when insurance companies deny a valid claim without cause, you may be successful in a lawsuit alleging bad faith against your insurer.

Under state law, insurers must act in good faith to uphold their end of the bargain when deciding when and what time to pay on a claim. If an insurer fails to live up to this standard, the insurer may owe you more than what was originally covered under the policy.

Bad faith actions by insurance companies include:

  • Making unreasonable and never-ending requests for more information
  • Delaying paying on a valid claim or otherwise
  • Failing to investigate a claim
  • Twisting policy language interpretation in order to justify a denial

Bad Faith Claims Attorney Who Understands What Actions To Take

Individuals and businesses that have experienced bad faith actions by insurers regularly come to The Law Office of George Thompson to protect their rights under their policies. As an experienced insurance lawyer who has worked in the insurance industry for over 25 years, I know the signs pointing to bad faith actions by insurers. I represent clients throughout Massachusetts in bad faith claims regarding:

  • Individual disability insurance
  • Life insurance
  • Business interruption insurance
  • Non-ERISA governed benefits

Taking On The Insurance Companies

There are several factors that enter into the decision to file a bad faith lawsuit against your insurer. For a free initial consultation regarding your legal options and next steps, contact The Law Office of George Thompson, in Westborough, Massachusetts, by calling 800-347-3267 or scheduling your consultation online.