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Oklahoma City Insurance Bad Faith Claim Lawyer
We Accept Cases in Oklahoma City, Tulsa, and Throughout Oklahoma & Texas
An insurance bad faith attorney is someone who represents policyholders who have been wronged by their insurance company. Many people believe that their insurance company will always have their best interests at heart, but this is unfortunately not always the case.
What Is Insurance Bad Faith?
If you have been denied a claim or had your claim unfairly delayed, an Oklahoma City insurance bad faith lawyer can help you seek the compensation you deserve. In addition, if you have been the victim of insurance fraud or misrepresentation, one of our seasoned attorneys can help you file a lawsuit against the responsible party.
No one should have to go through the stress and financial burden of dealing with an insurance company that doesn’t fulfill their side of the bargain when they are most needed. If you find yourself in this situation, don’t hesitate to contact an experienced insurance bad faith attorney at Calvert Law Firm.
At our law firm, we intentionally limit our caseload to a small number of cases. This allows us to provide more personal attention and give each case the resources it needs to be successful. We assist with complex cases in a variety of areas, including business litigation, insurance bad faith, and complex personal injury. Our firm started over 30 years ago and we have obtained over $100 million in verdicts since beginning our practice.
Insurance companies have decades of experience in litigating policies. They are experts in their field and understand how to minimize payouts to policyholders. That is why it is so important to partner with a reliable and experienced bad faith attorney to level the playing field.
Types of Insurance Bad Faith Cases
- First-party bad faith occurs when an insurer unreasonably denies or delays payment of a claim made by the policyholder. This can happen when the insurer refuses to pay a claim without a reasonable basis or fails to properly investigate the claim.
- Third-party bad faith occurs when an insurer fails to reasonably defend or settle a claim against the policyholder that has been made by a third party within policy limits.