Insurance Coverage Lawsuits If you are legally entitled to benefits from an insurance company and they deny your claim, you may be able to file a Bad Faith lawsuit.

At Sperline Raekes our insurance claim attorneys have insider knowledge of the insurance industry.

This gives us (and you) a distinct advantage in understanding how to negotiate and get you the best compensation, fast.

While some attorneys try to anticipate the other side’s next move, Sperline and Raekes spent a combined total of 25 years as insurance claim attorneys helping to design and guide insurance companies on what those moves should be. They’re always one-step ahead of everyone else; you will be, too.

If you feel that you have been wrongly denied for your claim and are in need of an insurance claim attorney, call Sperline Raekes today for a consultation.

Do it for confidence, peace of mind and as an investment in the well-being of your family. Whether it’s mediation, negotiation or litigation, we will handle it for you, so you can focus on getting life back to normal.

It is the insurance company’s duty to act in good faith. Acting in good faith means that the insurance company must not look for ways to escape their obligation to investigate the claim or to pay the claimant.

Some common reasons insurance companies get sued for bad faith are:

Unwarranted denial of coverage
Not communicating pertinent information to the claimant
Not conducting a reasonable investigation of the claim
Refusing to pay a claim without investigating
Not denying or paying the claim within a reasonable period
Failing to confirm or deny coverage within a reasonable period
Not attempting to reach a fair settlement when liability is clear
Offering substantially less money to settle than the real value of the claim
Not entering into any negotiations for settlement of the claim
Non-responsive to a time-limit demand
Non-disclosure of policy limits

At Sperline Raekes we protect your legal rights.