There is a time limit on how long a person is allowed to wait before they file a lawsuit against their insurance company. This limit, known as the statute of limitations, changes on a state-to-state basis and in some cases on a policy by policy basis. Very generally, most states operate on a two-year statute of limitations for insurance bad faith claims. However, depending on where you’re filing your claim, there may be different rules specifically for your claim.
If you’re thinking about filing a bad faith lawsuit against an insurance company who hasn’t provided you with the coverage your policy guarantees, you should discuss your options with a qualified insurance claims attorneys from Williams Kherkher. Call us today at (713) 352-0031.