Skilled Representation for Bad Faith Insurance Claims

Bad Faith Insurance ClaimYou may be counting on your insurance company to cover the cost of your medical treatment or provide benefits if you become disabled. You want to get the benefits that you have been paying for with insurance premiums.

Insurance claim attorney Jonathan M. Feigenbaum, Esquire, understands that you may be frustrated or scared when your disability or healthcare claim is denied by your insurance company. Contact our Boston, Massachusetts office to discuss your insurance claim denial. From aggressive negotiation to benefits litigation in court when needed, we are here to protect your rights to the insurance coverage you paid for.

Securing Bad Faith Compensation for Our Clients

We dedicate our time to helping people file bad faith insurance claims against their insurance companies. If your claim for disability insurance or healthcare benefits is denied for irrational reasons, or your payment is delayed unreasonably, your insurance company may be acting in bad faith. If it is, an Insuranceclaim attorney with our law firm may be able to help you get compensation.

Our firm serves people throughout the New England area, as well as employees of multinational employers who carry US insurance for their employees working in any part of the world. We can help you with a long-term disability claim whether or not you are a US citizen, even if you live in Asia, Australia, Europe, North America or South America. We have represented non-US Citizens in claims against US insurance companies that provide benefits to employees worldwide. Courts have almost universally held that ERISA does not apply extraterritorially (outside the US) so your claim will either be decided under the laws stated in the insurance policy or where the insurance company is located.

Typical Bad Faith Insurance Practices by Insurance Companies

Just because your claim was denied does not necessarily mean that you have a bad faith claim. However, if your insurance company mishandled your claim, or if it acted in one of the following ways, you may have a legitimate bad faith insurance claim:

  • Your insurance company delayed payment without a valid reason for the delay.
  • Your insurance company denied your claim with no reason given for the denial.
  • Your insurance company failed to reply in a timely manner to approve or to deny your claim.
  • Your insurance company tried to settle your claim for less than what a reasonable person would expect to receive.

These are just a few ways that insurance companies act in bad faith regarding disability and healthcare claims. Mr. Feigenbaum, Insurance Claim attorney, offers a detailed claim evaluation to determine whether you have a legitimate bad faith insurance claim against your insurance company.

Contact Our Insurance Claim Attorney, Jonathan M. Feigenbaum, Esquire

We offer free initial consultations to help you determine whether your insurance company acted in bad faith. To talk with an experienced Denied insurance claims attorney about your bad faith insurance claim, contact attorney Jonathan M. Feigenbaum, Esquire, in Boston, Massachusetts. We can be reached by phone at 617-357-9700 or toll-free at 866-396-9722, or through the How Can We Help form on our Contact Us page.