Insurance Disputes

Insurance rights under state law

Insurance laws in Colorado place a duty of good faith on insurance providers. As a valid policy holder, this means that you should receive prompt and thorough communication and investigations regarding all claims. Insurance providers are required not only to promptly pay claims, but they must also promptly pay you any undisputed part of your claim, and they must clearly explain any reason they are denying a claim or settlement.

If your insurance company fails to provide prompt and clear communication or payment, it may have acted in bad faith, and you may be able to receive compensation from them. Our team of attorneys have decades of experience handling insurance disputes including insurance recovery litigation, and securing compensatory and punitive damages for bad faith breach of policy.

If you have questions about a claim under your insurance coverage or would like to schedule a consultation with an attorney please call 303-53-0401.