Insurance companies have a duty to deal fairly with their customers. If your insurance company does not treat you fairly or fails to honour its obligations under your contract, you may have a claim for "bad faith" against the insurance company. For example, your insurance company has a duty to investigate your claim and uncover any information that might support your right to receive payment under the insurance contract. If the company does not do that, you may have a "bad faith" claim.
If your insurance company fails to promptly pay your insurance claim and you believe your insurance company has not dealt with you in good faith, or if you have any questions about your rights under your insurance policy, you may call McKiggan Hebert toll free at 1-877-423-2050 or click here for a free consultation.