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Bad Faith Update

Our Attorneys Share Their Experience with Bad Faith Insurance Claims

Insurance companies are designed to keep us afloat and help us recover after unplanned accidents or illnesses. As part of their operating agreement within the United States, these companies are required to act in “good faith,” or with fairness and honesty.

When an insurance company tries to take advantage of you, they are acting in bad faith. At Presley & Presley, LLC, we’ve been advocating for the injured and insured in the bad faith context for over 30 years. To assist our colleagues and inform our clients, we compiled our results and experiences into a monthly Bad Faith Newsletter.

Our Bad Faith Newsletter has been around for nearly five years and continues to publish on a monthly basis. In our newsletters, you can find everything from an intro to bad faith claims to an explanation of state-specific bills.

To explore the complex, ever-changing field of bad faith, check out all six, 12-issue volumes below:

Volume One

Volume Two

Volume Three

Volume Four

Volume Five

Volume Six

Issue 1
An Intro to Bad Faith Claims
Issue 2
Missouri Supreme Court Decides Scottsdale Insurance Company and Wells Trucking, Inc., v. Addison Insurance Company
Issue 3
Bad Faith Claims Where Coverage Not Found
Issue 4
Coverage Denial Absent a Reservation of Rights
Issue 5
“Bad Faith Setup” As a Defense to an Insurer’s Failure to Settle?
Issue 6
Pleading Facts Within Coverage
Issue 7
Drafting §537.065 Agreements: A Cautionary Tale
Issue 8
Multiple Claimants Multiple Problems
Issue 9
Adjuster Negligence in Bad Faith Cases
Issue 10
The Essential Claims File
Issue 11
Satisfying the Excess Judgment
Issue 12
Excess Carrier’s Bad Faith Exposure

bad faith update newsletter

Bad Faith Update newsletter