Bad faith insurance practices are regulated by state law and the Division of Insurance. Whether an adjuster’s actions will support a bad faith claim is very fact dependent. Sometimes one action may constitute bad faith, and at other times, a course of conduct by an adjuster will be evidence of bad faith.
Having a bad faith attorney, or personal injury lawyer, put the insurance company on notice will often solve the problem. In addition to representing injured parties against a negligent driver, the Aurora personal injury law firm of Norton, Bowers & Hofstra, P.C. can help pursue a first-party claim against your own insurance company.
Contact the experienced Aurora, Colorado personal injury attorneys at Norton, Bowers & Hofstra, P.C. for a free consultation about your possible bad faith case. Home, evening, telephone, and weekend appointments are available. There is no fee until we collect for you.