When you purchase a policy of insurance and pay your monthly premium, you have a right to expect that your insurer will live up to their obligation in your time of need. This is more than the right thing for insurers to do, it is a strict requirement of Washington law. If your insurer has unreasonably failed to pay benefits owed to you under your insurance contract, you may be able to hold them accountable by bringing action for bad faith.
Our office has been handling insurance bad faith for over twenty years, and we have experience with all the major insurers. We have worked hard to cultivate a reputation as a firm that stands up to insurers, and we have several strategies for resolving bad faith claims. If you believe your insurer has engaged in bad faith, please consider reaching out.