Bad Faith Insurance Statue of Limitations
Check out this video about the bad faith insurance statute of limitations in Florida. Then call Paul Boone Law for a free legal consultation.
Is there a statue of limitations for bad faith insurance lawsuits?
We get called in sometimes where a client has gone to trial, gotten a verdict, and the verdict is in excess of the policy limits, which provides a possibility for there being a bad faith case. The lawyer they had for whatever reason is not willing or able to move forward on that part of the case. Typically, the case has been tried years earlier.
There is a statute of limitation. It’s five years. It’s more than the average four years, but it’s five years from the date that you get the verdict or the judgment. You’ve got time, but time is allusive, as we all know.
If you have that situation where you need help with what we call the second part of a bad faith case, and it’s occurred in Duval County, Nassau County, and the surrounding areas, call us. We’ll sit down; we’ll go over everything. If we can help you, we’ll devise a plan moving forward that will be best for you and your case.
Did you or a loved one experience bad faith insurance in Florida and have questions about bad faith insurance statute of limitations? Contact an experienced Nassau County bad faith insurance lawyer at Paul Boone Law today for a free consultation and case evaluation.
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