If you suspect that you have been wronged by your insurance company, and need to consult an insurance law attorney, then it is time to contact an insurance bad faith attorney at Johnson Law. When unreasonable delay or denial is involved, relatively new laws in Colorado allow a person to recover three times the insurance benefit and their attorney fees against the insurance company. 

Insurance law can include the following types of claims:

  • Insurance bad faith
  • Wrongful denial of insurance claims
  • Failure to pay insurance claims
  • Delay in paying insurance claims
  • Failure to provide insurance benefits
  • Failure to provide insurance coverage
  • Denial of insurance benefits
  • Motor Vehicle Insurance
  • Home Insurance
  • Life Insurance
  • Accidental Death Insurance
  • Disability Insurance
  • Business Insurance
  • Renter’s Insurance
  • Health Insurance

While many insurance bad faith cases may settle, this is due to the strong, professional legal backing of the lawyers behind the case. Johnson Law is prepared to handle any insurance case that you may have.

It is always wise to consult an attorney before you get involved in a legal proceeding. This is especially true in insurance bad faith litigation cases and with respect to insurance law in general. Since insurance law in Colorado is nuanced and complex, it requires a great deal of expertise. When you take the time to consult with a professional legal expert, you will gain a great deal of confidence and understanding about your legal case. By working with our clients on a one-on-one basis, whether your case is large or small, we seek to fully understand the details of your insurance dispute, communicate answers to you, and properly move the case to a successful conclusion.

Please do not delay in contacting competent insurance law counsel. Colorado statutes place time limits on an individual’s right to assert an insurance law claim. Also, insurance policies often have time-sensitive clauses written into the language of the insurance policy that seek to limit your rights. Contact Johnson Law for a free, no-obligation consultation on your insurance law matter.