Insurance Bad Faith
Insurance Company Acting in Bad Faith?
The attorneys at McCormick & Murphy have an intimate knowledge of Colorado insurance bad faith laws. That’s because they have over two decades of experience representing people in bad faith law suits against insurance companies who refuse to play by the rules.
In fact, some of our biggest results involve insurance bad faith. If you think your insurer is acting in bad faith, we encourage you to browse the information below to gain an understanding of what’s involved with insurance bad faith cases.
Examples of Insurance Bad Faith
Read common examples of how insurance companies act in bad faith so that you can identify the signs. See examples of bad faith
Insurance Bad Faith FAQs
Answers to the 12 most common questions we are asked about insurance bad faith cases in Colorado. Get your questions answered
Insurance Bad Faith Case Studies
These case studies highlight the important precedents for Colorado bad faith cases, and can help you understand whether you may have a valid bad faith claim. View Case Studies
At McCormick & Murphy, we are committed to helping the people of Colorado understand their rights in situations where insurance companies fail to act in accordance with the law.
Every year, Coloradans are unjustly denied compensation from their insurance companies, like Allstate, Farmers, USAA, and State Farm, to cover losses that result from auto accidents, natural disasters, or any other type of damage-causing incident.
Whether you need help understanding the specifics of the laws governing insurance bad faith in Colorado, or have a specific denial that you would like to discuss, we are here to help. To speak with a Colorado Springs insurance bad faith attorney from our offices, please call 888-668-1182, or contact us online now. We are ready and waiting to help.
Disclaimer: Information provided on this site is NOT formal legal advice. It is generic legal information. Under no circumstances should the information on this site be relied upon when deciding the proper course of a legal action. Always get a formal case evaluation from a licensed attorney if you think you might have a personal injury lawsuit.