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Colorado Law: Insurance Bad Faith
Have you or a friend or loved one ever complained that your own insurance company is refusing to provide the services that you pay them for? Have you ever been hit by another person’s car or truck only to find that they don’t have insurance and then your own insurance company refuses to help pay for your car, medical bills or your pain and suffering? If so, the attorneys at Fahrenholtz & Wiens, LLC can help you with a bad faith claim against your insurance company. Asserting a bad faith claim against an insurance company involves – allegations that they engaged in bad faith by rejecting or minimizing your claim. There are many different forms of bad faith that can be alleged against an insurance company, one of which is their failure to perform as they are contractually obligated to do. Many litigants actually sue their own insurance company in a bad faith action, although such remedies can be pursued against other insurance companies as well.
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