Property Insurance Law

Property Insurance Companies have a fiduciary duty to pay valid claims in a timely manner.

If your property insurance company is acting in bad faith, you can get help from our knowledgeable Attorneys at Consumer Litigation Law Center.

No matter what type of insurance you have, Property Insurance Companies fail to act in good faith and could be liable for breach of contract by denying legitimate claims, delaying investigation, payment, and underpaying a claim.

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Bad Faith Insurance

At Consumer Litigation Law Center, we pressure insurance companies to ACT IN GOOD FAITH, and cooperate with our attorneys.

If you are experiencing problems with your insurance claim, contact Consumer Litigation Law Center to determine whether you have a case.

Insurance Company Bad Faith Examples:

  • Cancellation of a Policy
  • Failure to Investigate a Claim
  • Refusing to Settle a Claim
  • Damages
  • Underpayment of a Claim
  • Delaying the Process of a Claim
  • Claim Errors
  • Insurance Fraud
  • Lack of Coverage
  • Application Errors
  • Bad Faith Denial

Types of Insurance:

  • Renter's Insurance
  • Homeowner's Insurance
  • Commercial Property Insurance
  • Condominium Insurance

The attorneys at Consumer Litigation Law Center zealously pursue justice, and a fair compensation from insurance companies that fail to honor the terms of your insurance policy and act in good faith.

Contact our Legal Team at Consumer Litigation Law Center, APC today for your FREE CASE EVAULATION at 714.400.2970