In Oklahoma, insurance companies have a duty to fulfill the obligations written in an insurance policy. It’s illegal for an insurance company to act in bad faith. Some examples of acting in bad faith are:
- Refusing to defend you if you are sued and have liability insurance coverage
- Underpaying a claim
- Delaying payment of a claim
If you believe that your insurance company has treated you in bad faith in the State of Oklahoma, contact Joe Norwood to find out what your rights are. He has experience in Tulsa representing individuals who have experienced bad faith insurance practices. Joe can help you defend your rights and enforce the insurance company’s duty to uphold and fulfill their duty in your insurance policy.