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If your insurance company refuses to be reasonable and is acting in bad faith, don’t just settle your case for the insurance policy limits or less. You could win maximum legal compensation in multiples of the policy limit amount. Contact PARRIS for your free insurance case review today. You pay no fees until we win.


Insurance policyholders pay premiums as a way to protect against a future accident or occurrence that their insurance policies will cover for them. Insurance companies have a legal duty to uphold the terms of those policies and to pay valid claims.


Notable PARRIS bad faith insurance case results include a $41.6 Million verdict in a car accident case in which the insurance policy limit was $25,000. In that case, the entire $41.6 Million verdict was paid by the insurance company. Another notable result is a $21 Million car accident verdict recovered on an insurance policy limit of $30,000.

Contact PARRIS bad faith insurance lawyers for your free individualized assessment of your insurance claim and a review of the insurance policy at issue. You pay no fees until we win your case.


All types of insurance companies, including auto insurance, health insurance, and homeowner’s insurance companies, have a duty to act in a reasonable, responsible, and fair manner when a policy holder requests payment of a claim.

Sometimes insurance companies will try to take advantage of you by acting in “bad faith,” by engaging in long delays in payment, or engaging in deceptive and fraudulent practices to avoid paying your claim.

Insurance bad faith generally describes a circumstance in which an insurance company has:

  • unreasonably denied or underpaid an insurance claim
  • failed to provide prompt justification for denying a claim
  • unreasonably terminated an insurance claim
  • utilized unfair claims handling tactics or procedures
  • unreasonably delayed in paying out on a claim
  • Provided the claimant with misleading information regarding the coverage and/or claims process
  • Refused to investigate a claims dispute
  • Refused to provide coverage and/or defend a lawsuit on behalf of the policyholder

These are just a few of the many ways insurance companies can be considered to have acted in bad faith. Insurance bad faith claims can be brought by the insurance policyholder (which is called a “first party claim” ) against their own insurance company, or by someone who has been injured by the insurance policyholder (called a “third-party claim”).

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