Grounds for Finding Bad Faith
The insurance adjuster knows better than an insured what is needed to prove a claim. If, for example, the adjuster fails to ask for a proof of loss, documentation to support a claim, or the sworn testimony of the insured at examination under oath, until months after the loss the delay in the request can upset the insured and lead to charges of bad faith.
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