Insurance Bad Faith

Bad faith can refer to an entity not honoring a commitment or obligation — it is the opposite of good faith. Insurance companies make a commitment to those who pay their insurance premiums, and they can be compelled to honor their commitments with the help of an experienced attorney.

Insurance bad faith is a serious problem for people who pay their premiums for years and expect their carriers to do the right thing. Sometimes insurance companies are unresponsive and uncooperative — on purpose — because they know it saves them money. Specifically, insurance bad faith can take the form of:

  • Denying a valid claim — a claim related to a loss covered by homeowners insurance, hazard insurance or automobile insurance
  • Delaying settlement and payment of a claim
  • Not responding to your phone calls, letters or other communications

Is Your Insurance Company Making Life Difficult For You?

Your insurance policy is a contract between you and your insurance company. If your insurance company is refusing to keep its end of the contract — whether by refusing to honor a claim or by inappropriately delaying its response to you — we can help. We have decades of experience dealing with problematic insurance situations.

At The Wenholz Law Firm PLLC, with offices in Austin, Texas, and Boulder, Colorado, we stress personal attention, responsiveness and accessibility. We are old-fashioned in the level of service we provide.

Please Contact Us | The Consultation Is Free

Contact us to discuss your insurance company dispute or concern. We will talk to you about your problem without charging you for an initial consultation.

Our straightforward approach will help you make informed decisions to resolve your particular legal need in a manner that is both effective and affordable. We will let you know if we think you don't need a lawyer. And we will be upfront about our fees before we take any course of action.