Denied Insurance Claims & Bad Faith Insurance

Georgia Attorneys Handling Insurance Bad Faith Cases

In order to be more than just a legalized form of extortion, an insurance policy has to have benefits and obligations that go both ways.

The policyholder has a duty to pay premiums, to not make frivolous claims and to refrain from intentional conduct that would impose unreasonable liability risks on the insurer. The insurance company has several duties of its own — not the least of which is to honor its contractual promises. When the company does not do this and has no justifiable reason for that decision, the policyholder can seek to obtain those benefits and other damages in an insurance bad faith claim.

If you are anywhere in the state of Georgia and feel as though your automobile or professional liability insurance company has made an unreasonable or unfair policy coverage decision — call or contact the experienced lawyers at Toliver & Gainer .

Experience You Can Count On

Although any type of insurance policy can be the basis for an insurance bad faith claim, our focus is on cases that involve automobile and professional liability policies. Our experience includes cases where insurance companies have:

Early in his legal career, attorney William G. Gainer worked with an insurance defense firm in Atlanta. Today, Mr. Gainer's understanding of how insurance companies such as State Farm and All-State operate — combined with the decades of experience negotiating and taking insurers to court that he and the other lawyers at our firm have — helps us to be more effective in asserting and protecting our clients' rights in insurance bad faith claims of all types.

You don't have to accept a denied insurance claim without question. Find out what your options are and give our lawyers the opportunity to help. We offer free initial consultations and can be reached in the Atlanta area at (678) 374-1034, toll free statewide at (866) 920-1863 or, online.