Tips for Insurers to Avoid “Bad Faith” in Workers’ Compensation [Infographic]

May 6, 2019| Last modified on January 3rd, 2020 Julie Clements 0 Comments

It is critical for insurance companies dealing with Workers’ Compensation claims to act in good faith to avoid any legal consequences.

Insurance laws have made it clear that workers’ compensation insurers have to deal with the payment of workers’ compensation benefits in good faith. Medical record review services can help lawyers representing these companies review medical records associated with workers’ compensation claims. Insurers acting in bad faith may ignore, delude, or make decisions that are opposed to what their investigation reveals.
Tips for Insurers to Avoid “Bad Faith” in Workers' Compensation



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