I'm interested to find a contingency fee lawyer in indiana who can fight my insurance company for a bad faith. None

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Hello, and welcome. I am a licensed attorney and, since the prior attorney opted out of the question, I am happy to assist.Please give me just a moment to review your post, do any necessary research, and prepare a response.In the meantime, you may get a prompt for a phone call. Those are automatically generated and do not come from me, but are often helpful to get the information you need more directly. While I am happy to call if you like, feel free to ignore the prompt if you would rather just continue on this page for no additional charge.
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Thanks for your patience.What you are looking for specifically is a consumer protection attorney that specializes in insurance bad faith. Bad faith is a serious business and insurance companies who do not treat their insureds fairly could be liable not just for the person’s actual damages, but for several times that amount in punitive damages. Punitive damages are added to the actual damages and designed to punish prior misconduct and deter future misconduct.If you decide to go forward against your insurance company, and to find the right attorney, you can contact your County Bar Association for a list of attorneys who can be of assistance. There will be no charge for the referral list and no cost for the initial consultation with the attorney to whom you are referred. Once an attorney takes your case, there should be no out-of-pocket fees or expenses to pay, either. These types of attorneys work on contingency, or they take their fee out of your settlement or verdict amount. It’s a win, win situation.I hope this helps your understanding of the matter. If you need additional information or clarification, just let me know.** If your question was answered, please take a moment to leave a positive rating at the top of this page (or to the left of your typing box on a mobile device) so I am credited for the time spent researching your issue and responding to your post.Thank you, ***** ***** luck!Best,
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