Case Results

Case Results

“I’m happiest when I’m fighting for justice against big companies that think they’re untouchable.” Scott Glovsky

Bad faith insurance claim against insurance company for denying a defense and claim for the theft of property.

Life insurance company denies coverage after insured dies claiming that there was no accident resulting on bodily injury.

Young woman denied life-saving treatment at a residential treatment facility as not medically necessary.

Fraud and bad faith cases involving an insurance company selling health insurance without performing underwriting. After policyholder develops rheumatoid arthritis, insurance company cancels policy in bad faith and engages in post-claims underwriting.

Fraud and bad faith over sale of an annuity to a senior. A life insurance company and its agent unlawfully deceived and exploited a 79 year-old senior citizen in connection with the sale of a deferred annuity.

Health insurance company denies robotic laparoscopic radical prostatectomy for the treatment of prostate cancer.

Insurance company denies defense and indemnity coverage under malpractice policy. After a Pasadena psychologist is wrongfully sued, insurer refused to provide Cumis counsel (independent counsel) and refused to promptly resolve a meritless case.

Health insurance company denies coverage to a young anorexic and bulimic woman for an eating disorder at a residential treatment facility as being not medically treatment.

Fraud and bad faith involving the canceling of a health insurance policy. Insured developed a tumor and the insurance company cancels the policy in bad faith and engages in post-claims underwriting.

Health insurance company denies young woman treatment for breast cancer, including chemotherapy, radiation and surgery.

Insured dies and life insurance company denies coverage based on the ground of misrepresentation on the application.

Case involves an insurance company selling health insurance without performing underwriting. After policyholder develops cancer, insurance company cancels policy in bad faith and engages in post-claims underwriting. Policyholder left with bills exceeding $100,000 and cannot obtain further treatment.