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First Party Bad Faith

Under most state laws, insurance companies owe their insured clients a duty of good faith and fair dealing.  If your insurance company fails to look out for your best interests, or puts its own interests ahead of yours, you may have a “first party bad faith" case and be entitled to compensatory and punitive damages.  The Sanders Law Firm has won millions of dollars in damages for victims of first-party insurance bad faith. 

Third Party Bad Faith

In Kentucky and many other states, insurance bad faith laws also protect injury victims from abusive practices by the “other guy’s” insurance company.  When liability has become reasonably clear, the insurance company for the person who caused the injury has a legal duty to pay up and reasonably compensate the injury victim.  If, after liability is reasonably clear, an insurance company continues to deny the claim or fails to make a fair settlement offer, the insurance company can be forced to pay additional compensation for “third-party bad faith.” 


If you are being abused by an insurance company, whether it is your insurance company or the other guy’s insurance company, let Bob and his team at The Sanders Law Firm determine whether you are entitled to additional money to compensate you for “bad faith.”

Free Consultation

Insurance Bad Faith cases are handled on a contingency basis.  You will not be required to pay us anything unless we are successful in getting you compensation.

Call us at 859-491-3000 or send us an email to schedule a free consultation.

Free Consultation

Insurance Bad Faith cases are handled on a contingency basis. You will not be required to pay us anything unless we are successful in getting you compensation.

Call us at 859-491-3000 or send us an email to schedule a free consultation.

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