Prince, Glover & Hayes Files Suit in on Behalf of Poultry Farmer in Blount County

by: Prince, Glover & Hayes Friday, September 9th, 2011

Partner Matt Glover filed suit this week in another poultry house case. Our client’s poultry houses were damaged by wind during the April 27th tornadoes that swept the state. The insurance company substantially denied our client insurance benefits which he was owed under the policy. The lawsuit alleges bad faith and breach of contract.

An insurance company does not have to completely deny your claim for you to have a bad faith lawsuit. If an insurance company pays you an amount that is less than what your claim is worth, and they have no debatable reason for doing so or they failed to properly investigate your claim, they have potentially acted in bad faith. Our firm handles cases everywhere in Alabama. Unfortunately, insurance companies sometimes pay less than what they know a claim is worth, but make the insured believe that they aren’t eligible to get more money for various reasons. Mr. Glover has seen this time and time again. We handle any and all types of bad faith insurance claims, including farming, residential, auto, and many more. With the recent tornadoes across the state, there could be countless numbers of claims that have not been fully paid but should have been.

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One Response to “Prince, Glover & Hayes Files Suit in on Behalf of Poultry Farmer in Blount County”

George E. Bourguignon, Jr. Said:

Bad faith insurance practices cause a great deal of damage because the claimaint is already in need of the coverage, that is why they are making the claim! It is like salt in the wound. Good job for taking on these cases.

Comment made on September 13th, 2011 at 9:07 pm
 

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