Redundancy is a go-to resource, too. They might claim they never received your paperwork and ask you to resubmit it—numerous times. The goal is not just to delay, but to frustrate you to the point of giving up.

The bad-faith examples listed above merely scratch the surface of tactics that some insurance companies incorporate into everyday practice. The insurance industry is entitled to make a profit (they rake in over $1 trillion in premiums annually), but not to take advantage of policyholders with bad-faith practices.

Contact Our Insurance Attorneys If You Suspect A Company of Bad Faith

If you believe you’ve been the victim of insurance bad faith, contact an insurance law attorney to protect your rights. At the Law Office of Jason Shultz, our attorneys are prepared to give you a free consultation about your claim today. Call us at 404-474-0804 to get help with your insurance.

Jason R. Schultz
Helping Georgia area residents with car accident, medical malpractice, and personal injury claims since 1991.