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Insurance Bad Faith

Lawyers Defending Against Insurance Bad-Faith Claims

An insurance policy is a contract between the insurance company and the insured. A bad-faith insurance claim is made when policyholders believe that their claims have not been handled correctly or fairly and that the contract has been violated. At the Las Vegas law offices of Prince | Keating, our attorneys defend insurance companies against such claims.

Our lawyers will aggressively pursue all avenues to resolve the dispute, including alternative dispute resolution methods such as arbitration or mediation. If an agreement that protects your interests cannot be achieved, we are always prepared to take your case to trial.

The attorneys at Prince | Keating are committed to meeting client objectives

Bad-faith insurance claims can stem from any type of insurance dispute. We thoroughly investigate the claim and the policy, providing objective analysis of the situation. This allows our clients to understand their options fully.

At the law offices of Prince | Keating, we are prepared to defend against insurance bad faith claims cases involving:

  • Residential and commercial construction defects
  • Business insurance
  • Life insurance
  • Homeowner's insurance
  • Denied claims
  • Delayed payment
  • Tort litigation
  • First-party claims
  • Third-party claims
  • Personal injury defense
  • General negligence defense
  • Commercial premises liability
  • Product liability defense
  • Excess and surplus coverage
  • Umbrella coverage
  • Failure to defend
  • Builder's risk claims
  • Disability claims

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At the Las Vegas law offices of Prince | Keating, we represent the goals of our clients, exploring all avenues available that will allow us to arrive at a positive outcome. Contact us today for more information about our insurance bad-faith litigation practice.

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