Insurance Coverage & Bad Faith
The Coverage & Bad Faith Group at Boyd & Jenerette, P.A. assists insurers with difficult coverage and bad faith issues, including pre-suit, litigated or appellate matters. Experienced coverage attorneys advise insurers on the good faith handling of cases involving:
- Civil remedy notices
- Declaratory judgment actions
- Demands for extra-contractual damages
- Demands with conditions
- Single-party or multiple claimants
- Time demands
Our experience includes the following policy types:
- Auto liability
- Comprehensive general liability (CGL)
- Directors & Officers (D&O)
- Employment practices (EPLI)
- Life, health, and accident policies
- Mass tort / Pollution
- Premises liability
- Professional liability / E&O
- Trucking and transportation
- Workers’ compensation
The Coverage & Bad Faith Group strives to help carriers make reasoned and fair decisions concerning policyholders. We also advise clients on current statutory and case law regarding insurance policy language.
Seminars approved for adjuster CE credit by the Florida Department of Financial Services are available on a variety of coverage and bad faith topics.
Coverage Opinions on a Flat Rate Basis
The Coverage & Bad Faith Group maintains a knowledge base organized in a large electronic library encompassing hundreds of coverage opinions, supported by associated legal research.
Because of the number of attorneys within the Coverage & Bad Faith Group, as well as their experience and resource levels, the firm is pleased to offer certain categories of common coverage opinions on a flat rate basis. There are no other costs or expenses in addition to the fee, unless mutually agreed upon in writing.
Advance determination of legal fees can help insurers to better predict expenses for cases involving disputed coverage issues. Also, the insight gained over hundreds of cases supports the coverage attorneys in their goal to predict with better accuracy how courts are likely to rule on coverage questions.
Cases that involve recurring coverage issues such as the following are available on a flat rate basis:
- Vehicle ownership
- Uninsured motorists “other insurance” clauses
- Independent contractor issues
- Intentional act exclusions
- Pollution exclusions
Flat fee coverage cases include a post-opinion conference call with the client and a reservation of rights or denial letter.
Even when emergency coverage disputes arise, experienced Boyd & Jenerette, P.A. coverage attorneys are available to respond quickly with recommendations or opinion letters supported by thorough legal analysis.
Contact Jane Anderson or one of the other coverage attorneys to discuss a potential matter.