Bad Faith

Recent Posts in Bad Faith Category

  • Bad Faith Verdict

    Attorney LaHatte of LaHatte Law, LLC has won approximately $61,000 for his client, who was denied an insurance claim after her home was damaged by Hurricane Isaac in 2012. The kicker of the case is that her policy coverage was only $20,000 , meaning she won more than triple what she could’ve have been given had her insurer acted in good faith originally. This ruling covers $16,000 for damages ...
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  • Bad Faith Arbitrary Conduct By Insurance Companies In Louisiana for Property Damage Claims

    After the events of Hurricane Katrina in 2005, in 2006, the Louisiana Legislature actually recognized that insurance companies in the State were not treating Louisiana policy holders fairly. The legislatures at that time changed the existing Louisiana Insurance Bad Faith, Bad-Faith laws to heighten the penalties against insurance companies for arbitrary, unreasonable, or bad faith conduct against ...
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