Utilizing 35+ Years Of Experience To Handle Your Denied Insurance Claim

Many of us carry insurance — auto, home and health are among the long list of insurance policies. As a policyholder, you pay your insurance premiums and, in exchange, the insurance carrier promises to cover your costs should disaster strike.

But when something does happen and the insurance company is responsible to pay out, many underpay claims, offer lowball settlements and some even refuse to pay out a rightful claim entirely. This is known as bad faith.

What Is Insurance Bad Faith?

Insurance providers have a duty under the law to provide trusted representation to their customers and operate in good faith.

Under the law, if you (as an insurance policyholder) pay all of your premiums on time and do not default on payments, you are allowed to obtain compensation from your insurance carrier in a timely manner. If an insurance company violates this principle, you may have a bad faith cause of action against that company.

At The Law Office of Scott Righthand, P.C., we can help.

Helping You Recover For Bad Faith Insurance Practices

Since 1992, our team of attorneys has represented insurance policyholders in the San Francisco Bay Area who are experiencing difficulty getting their insurance carriers to compensate them for covered losses.

We know the law and know how to navigate the legal system when it comes to dealing with insurance companies. We have settled many types of claims against insurance companies that have acted in bad faith regarding:

  • Car, truck or boat insurance
  • Homeowner insurance
  • Renter insurance
  • Short-term and long-term disability insurance
  • Business insurance
  • Contractors insurance
  • Restaurant insurance
  • Property and casualty insurance
  • Life insurance
  • Flood insurance

Our lawyers have extensive litigation expertise to fight on your behalf, ensuring that you receive the necessary coverage that you are entitled to under the law.

Let Us Review Your Claim

Call to set up a free consultation to talk about your situation. We can review your case and offer our opinion on what you are owed and how to best collect benefits you're being denied.