Insurance Bad Faith & Policyholder Rights

 

Keller Rohrback’s policyholder insurance group has over 60 years of combined experience litigating insurance coverage and bad faith disputes. Our successful track record is a result of our passion for protecting the rights of disadvantaged policyholders and our desire to hold insurers accountable for their promises. We litigate issues concerning coverage, insurance bad faith, negligent claims handling, violations of the Insurance Fair Conduct Act, breach of the duty to defend, and more. Our team has unmatched experience representing policyholders in cases involving:

 

  • Property and casualty loss
  • Homeowners’ coverage
  • Healthcare benefits
  • Life insurance
  • Supplemental accident and cancer coverage
  • Disability coverage
  • Professional malpractice policies
  • General liability policies
  • Automobile coverage
  • Uninsured/underinsured motorist coverage
  • Aviation and marine policies
  • Environmental coverage
  • Umbrella policies
  • Excess and surplus coverage
  • Employment practices insurance policies
  • Product recall policies
  • Title insurance
  • Construction policies

 

  • King County in a multi-million dollar insurance coverage and bad faith lawsuit arising from the Brightwater Treatment System.
  • Victims of a storage warehouse fire in Washington’s first class action lawsuit under the Insurance Fair Conduct Act.
  • Representation of  a major snack manufacturer in connection with a product recall insurance investigation.
  • A retired state judge in a healthcare coverage matter that resulted in the court holding the state’s Health Technology Clinical Committee law unconstitutional.
  • Family of a Washington teacher denied life insurance benefits of $150,000. Settlement of contractual and extracontractual claims for $400,000.
  • Owner of a grocery store destroyed by fire; securing relief that store be rebuilt from the foundation.
  • Linder v. Great Northern Insurance Company, resulting in a $2.8 million Appraisal Award
  • Insurance Bad Faith fire case Beck v. Lloyds of London, et al, which resulted in a $574,000 settlement
  • Kleppen v. West Coast Life Insurance Company, which obtained over $956,000 in settlements.
  • Bird v. Best Plumbing, which together with Gordon Tilden Thomas & Cordell obtained a $3.75 million judgement.
  • Clayton/Bonner v. Jiffy Lube, an employment discrimination and Insurance Bad Faith case resulting in a $1.2 million recovery
  • Numerous other policyholders who have been wronged by their insurance carriers.