Bad Faith Insurance in Texas

You may have heard the term “bad faith” before, but are still unsure about what it really means. Bad faith insurance is used to describe a claim in which an insurance company acted unlawfully or inappropriately when evaluating the claim.

In Texas, all insurance companies have something called an “implied covenant of good faith.” This means that they are legally obligated to treat their you, the insured, fairly and honestly.

Unfortunately, not all insurance companies adhere to this binding. Here are some ways that the insurance company may wrongfully deny your personal injury claim:

infographic of Teas bad faith

If you’re injured in an accident, you don’t want to go through the claims process alone. Many times, insurance companies pry on vulnerable injury victims who may be unaware of their full rights to compensation. At the Law Offices of Vic Feazell, we will work on your behalf to make sure the insurance company pays up where they should.

Contact our firm at (254) 938-6885 to schedule your free case review.

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