Pennsylvania’s insurance bad faith laws apply to all types of insurance, with one exception: certain insurance that is provided by or through an employer. Insurance that is provided by your employer is generally covered by a federal law known as ERISA, although there are a few exceptions. A lawyer can tell you whether your insurance is covered under Pennsylvania’s bad faith laws or the federal law (ERISA).
Below is a list of the most common types of insurance bad faith lawsuits. But even if your type of insurance dispute is not listed below, you still may be able to file a lawsuit. Just talk to one of our insurance attorneys about your specific case.
- Homeowner Losses
- Business Property Losses
- Disability Insurance (if privately purchased)
- Professional Liability Coverage
- Errors & Omissions Coverage (E&O)
- Uninsured or Underinsured Motorist Coverage
- Health Insurance (if privately purchased)
- Life Insurance (if privately purchased)
- Fire Damage
- Hurricane and Windstorm Claims
Our Pennsylvania insurance attorneys handle all types of insurance bad faith cases – if you aren’t sure whether you have such a case, you should talk to one of our experienced insurance lawyers today.