By law, insurance companies are required to act on
your behalf, and not look for ways to escape any obligation
to investigate your claim. Not doing so is considered
bad faith. There are a number of actions and inactions
that are considered to be in bad faith, including:
Refusal to pay claim without investigation
Failure to conduct an adequate claim investigation
Unmerited denial of service
Failure to provide explaination for claim denial
Failture to pay or deny the claim within a reasonable time frame
If you feel you've been the victim of bad faith insurance,
contact a Toronto lawyer to find out how having legal
representation may assist you.
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