Louisiana Bad Faith Insurance Claim Litigation Defense Law Firm

Keogh Cox is regarded as a national leader on the subject of bad faith insurance litigation in Louisiana.  We have decades of experience – in and out of the courtroom – in this highly specialized area of law, handling complex claims and disputes, and frequently providing seminars and materials to clients on insurance bad faith issues. Our approach in this and other complex cases is to begin with a thorough investigation and the development of an exit strategy.  While we are always looking for an opportunity to resolve a case at the right time, we are equally prepared to try a case to the very end.

Recent Experience Highlights

Client Story:  Keogh Cox Develops Comprehensive Plan of Action to Address First Party Bad Faith Insurance Case and Obtains Favorable Settlement.

Where we started:  Keogh Cox has handled numerous claims between a homeowner and their property insurer with regard handling of property damage loss due to a hurricane or other event.  In one such case, a commercial property owner filed several bad faith suits against the insurers for his various properties for damage sustained during Hurricane Isaac.  Keogh Cox defended two of these suits. Our roadmap:  As a matter of court in hurricane cases, claimants assert that the insurer did not properly estimate the loss and/or did not pay a sufficient sum for their damage.  Understanding these issues, Keogh Cox developed a targeted discovery plan and retained experts to address the differences between the estimated damages prepared by an independent adjuster and the estimated damages alleged by the property owner. Resolution:  Keogh Cox used its targeted discovery to highlight the weaknesses in the property owner’s case and obtain a favorable settlement without extended litigation cost.


More Details about Insurance Bad Faith

We represent clients across a broad range of industry sectors in bad faith cases involving issues such as:

  • Casualty
  • Fire
  • Workers compensation
  • Coverage analysis
  • Errors and omissions
  • Regulatory
  • Subrogation
  • Advertising injury
  • Agent and brokers errors and omissions
  • Class actions
  • Commercial general liability
  • Excess and umbrella
  • Extra-contractual
  • First party matters
  • First and third party defense
  • Homeowners
  • Insurance coverage
  • Insurance defense
  • Mass tort
  • Policy construction and interpretation
  • Premises liability
  • Primary and excess insurance
  • Professional errors and omissions
  • Protection and indemnity
  • Underinsured motorists
  • Uninsured motorists
  • Wrongful termination
  • Premium disputes