What are the Available Remedies Against an Insurance Company That Has Acted in Bad Faith?

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This article will be the second in a series of articles by McKennon¦Schindler LLP addressing and answering basic questions concerning insurance law. This one addresses: What are the available remedies against an insurance company that has acted unreasonably in handling an insurance claim? The most common causes of action against insurers in the non-ERISA context are breach of contract and bad faith.

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