What are “deceptive practices”?

Deceptive practices is a term that’s often used in insurance claims cases to refer to instances in which an insurer acts in such a way as to knowingly deceive the insured person about his or her coverage. These practices might include misrepresenting coverage, outright lying about coverage, threatening ill consequences if insured doesn’t take action, etc.

No one should have to deal with deceptive practices by an insurance company. If you think that you might have been a victim of an insurance company acting in bad faith or performing deceptive practices in Wyoming, then our lawyers at Jessica Rutzick & Associates, P.C., may be able to help. Learn more about your legal options in this situation by calling (307) 733-8140.