If you have insurance, you may claim the coverage that is due to you. Insurance companies are legally obligated to review your claim in good faith. They cannot escape the obligation to examine your claim or pay you, as doing so may constitute bad faith. Bad faith claims and lawsuits may derive from several actions or lack thereof by insurance companies—from denial of coverage to failure in settling.
Typical bad faith claims against insurance companies:
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"I have known Lin for over 10 years and know him to be an honest and hardworking attorney who brings integrity and professionalism to everything he does."G.C.
"I would not refer you to Lin McDougall if I did not believe he is a very capable and tenacious attorney."T.H.
"One of the best attorneys in South Carolina. Hands down."M.W.
"The McDougall law firm is wonderful. They will work tirelessly to help you. Highly recommended them."S.P.
"Mr. McDougall and the entire staff go above and beyond for their clients. Definitely want them in your corner for difficult cases!"C.V.