Insurance Bad Faith Video Transcript

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DAVID BIGELOW: Insurance bad faith is a legal doctrine that holds an insurance company to a unique position in the law and in the business practice of selling insurance. It says that because an insurance company has more power than the individual who buys the insurance, the company has to make sure that it deals fairly and promptly and ethically with its insured.

When an insurance company refuses to offer the benefits that an insured has paid for that an insured can then go to a court and hold that insurance company responsible for not just the contract benefits of paying for the medical procedure or repairing a house, but also for all the other anxiety and worry that an insured has gone through.

Girardi | Keese makes sure the individual has a voice, makes sure that the individual, who's been injured by the callous indifference of a corporate giant, has the opportunity to make themselves whole.

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