Insurance Bad Faith Case Results

Insurance companies often try to advertise themselves as our friends and neighbors. However, their main goal is to maximize profits, often by underpaying valid claims by policyholders. At Greene Broillet & Wheeler, LLP, we hold insurers accountable when they act in bad faith. Read on to learn about some of our successes on behalf of clients.

Doe Individual v. Doe Insurance Co. Settlement: $6.75 million

Insurance bad faith denial of defense and indemnification in property damage claim.

Choi v. State of California Settlement: $5 million

A young homemaker and mother suffered serious head trauma while a passenger in a car that was struck by a Caltrans vehicle.

Doe Individual v. Doe Insurance Co. Settlement: $3 million

Denial of disability benefits by insurer.

Doe Individual v. Doe Insurance Co. Settlement: $2.9 million

Plaintiff doctor denied disability benefits by insurer.

Thorndal v. UnumProvident Verdict: $1.4 million

Litigation attorney denied disability benefits by insurer. Jury returned verdict awarding lifetime benefits in excess of $1.4 million plus damages for bad faith, attorney fees and costs.

Doe Individual v. Doe Insurance Co. Settlement: $1.5 million

Litigation attorney denied disability benefits by insurer.

Doe Individual v. Doe Insurance Co. Settlement: $1 million

Family law attorney denied disability benefits by insurer.

Doe Individual v. Doe Insurance Co. Settlement: $1 million

Litigation attorney denied disability benefits by insurer.