Insurance Bad Faith Claims in Dayton
Denied insurance benefits?
You have been injured or have lost a loved one in an accident. You find
yourself facing enormous bills for medical expenses. You have been forced
out of work or perhaps your family has lost its primary source of income.
Fortunately, you have an insurance policy in place and have dutifully
been paying your premiums over the past many years with the purpose of
ensuring that you would have coverage in this exact situation. Your ability
to recover the amount you deserve from your insurance policy may make
the difference between being forced into severe financial hardship and
being able to make it through this difficult situation.
Unfortunately, many people in your position are paid far less than they
are due-or even nothing at all.
We Can Help You Pursue the Compensation You Deserve
If your insurance company has refused to pay you benefits, has been engaging
in tactics to unfairly reduce the value of your claim or has been imposing
unreasonable delays on the payment of your claim, you can come to Gounaris
Abboud, LPA for help. We are dedicated to defending the rights of accident
victims, and we are on your side.
- A Dayton personal injury attorney from our team is ready to meet with you
for a free initial consultation, to:
- Discuss your concerns
- Review the evidence
- Determine whether you have a case against the insurance company
If you have grounds to sue for insurance bad faith, we may be able to help
you recover not only the full fair value of your original personal injury
or wrongful death claim, but could even help you claim monetary damages
against the insurance company.
Ohio Administrative Code §3901-1-07 "Unfair Trade Practices,"
outlines sixteen separate types of actions which can be considered to
constitute as insurance bad faith, and we can examine your situation to
determine whether the insurance company is guilty of committing any one of these.
What damages are recoverable in an insurance bad faith claim in Dayton?
When you bring a claim for insurance bad faith, you can demand compensatory
damages to make up for any and all losses you have suffered as a result
of the insurance company's wrongful actions against you. This may include
damages for the emotional distress you have been forced to undergo, as
well as economic damages for any type of financial losses you have sustained
including loss of credit reputation and your legal costs. The damages
may even be computed to include interest.
Schedule Your Free Case Evaluation Today
This may be a highly stressful period for you and your family, but we want
you to know that we are on your side. Unlike the insurance company, we
want to see you receive the largest possible amount of compensation for
the injuries you have suffered and we are ready to take immediate action
on your case.
Take the first step now by
calling us for a free initial consultation with a Dayton injury lawyer.