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Insurance Companies

Your insurer has a duty in California of good faith and fair dealing to you. Unlike

carriers for another driver who causes an accident, this means your insurance company must treat you fairly and place your interests at least equal if not greater than their own interests which we all know is financial. California used to require insurers for 3rd

parties (another driver) to also act in good faith toward you but that changed with

Royal Globe (a California Supreme Court case in 1988).


There are times where your insurer may treat you unfairly or unjustly because insurance companies tend to treat every claimant like the enemy. If your insurer is doing this to you, you need to contact a lawyer asap to represent you and to get

them to follow the law.

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