Pennsylvania Bad Faith Expert Witnesses

Pennsylvania Insurance Expert Witness Listings

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Steven Plitt (The Cavanagh Law Firm)
EXPERT LISTING FOR STEVEN PLITT Mr. Plitt is a nationally recognized expert in claim handling practices, insurance industry standards of care, and extracontractual claims. He has been retained as an expert in hundreds of cases nationwide. During... Learn More ›

Jim Leatzow (Leatzow & Associates, Inc.)
Jim Leatzow has 47 years of hands on P & C industry experience as a nationally licensed (all 50 states), agency owner for 30 years, specializing in underwriting, claims adjusting, policy issuance, coverages, claims-made policies, construction & aviation... Learn More ›

David H. Paige, Esq.
Mr. Paige is a national insurance industry and legal fees expert with over 30 years of experience as an insurance coverage expert, bad faith expert, insurance agent and broker liability expert, and an expert on collateral agreements, brokerage agreement,... Learn More ›

Hugh W Black CPCU, ARM, AIC, CCLA (Axiom Claims Analytics, LLC)
Mr. Black is the CEO of Axiom Claims Analytics, LLC and an expert who has over forty-five years of multi-line Property and Casualty Insurance claims handling and technical supervision experience. He has experience as a bad faith expert; insurance coverage;... Learn More ›

Britta M. Moss (Office of Britta M. Moss)
Property & Casualty Insurance Industry claim consultant with over 25 years’ experience. Consultation in industry standards, practices and norms for personal and commercial claim handling procedure, supervision, and management. * Experienced expert... Learn More ›
Robert W. Adams, ALHC, CFS
Location: Pennsylvania
Areas of Expertise: I am an Expert in Proper and Improper Life Insurance claim handling and Life Insurance claim examination, investigation, administration and adjudication procedures and what the proper standard of care...
Richard C Mason (MasonADR, LLC)
Location: Pennsylvania
Areas of Expertise: Richard C. Mason is a nationally recognized expert on insurance and reinsurance coverage and bad faith law and practice, with a concentration in Directors & Officers Liability Insurance, Professional Liability...
ForensisGroup, Inc. (The Expert of Experts)
Location: Multiple Locations
Areas of Expertise: For over 30 years, ForensisGroup has provided the nation’s top law firms, businesses, insurance companies, government entities with highly qualified expert witnesses and consultants. Experts referred by...
Consolidated Consultants
Location: Multiple Locations
Areas of Expertise: Consolidated Consultants (CCc) continues to deliver high quality expert witness and medical expert witness referrals nationwide since 1995. CCc is the only referral service where you can view the full,...
Bad Faith FAQs

What is a bad faith expert witness?

A bad faith expert witness is a person who provides expert testimony in a legal case involving allegations of bad faith on the part of an insurance company. The expert witness typically has experience in the insurance industry and is able to provide testimony about the company's bad faith practices.

What is the role of a bad faith expert witness?

A bad faith expert witness is a professional who offers expert testimony on insurance companies' practices that may be deemed unfair or unreasonable towards their policyholders.

How much can a person make as a bad faith expert witness?

Bad faith expert witnesses may receive an hourly income of $225 to $450 per hour, or higher in some situations.

What are the qualifications of a bad faith expert witness?

A bad faith expert witness should have experience in identifying and analyzing situations where an insurance company may have acted in bad faith towards its policyholders.

What type of evidence is reviewed in a lawsuit by an bad faith expert witness?

A bad faith expert witness reviews evidence related to the insurance company's actions and decisions, including policy language, claims handling, and communication with the policyholder, to determine if bad faith occurred.

What type of cases typically involve the testimony of a bad faith expert witness?

Cases involving insurance companies denying or delaying claims, breaching their duty of good faith and fair dealing, or acting in a fraudulent or deceptive manner may require the testimony of a bad faith expert witness.