Policyholders can safeguard themselves from insurance companies acting in bad faith by thoroughly reviewing their policies, understanding coverage terms, and seeking legal counsel if they suspect unfair treatment. Attorneys can assist with claims, gather evidence, and negotiate for fair settlements.

Policyholders can protect themselves from insurance companies not acting in good faith by carefully reviewing their insurance policies, being aware of the terms and conditions of their coverage, and seeking the assistance of a knowledgeable attorney if they believe their insurance company is not acting in good faith. An attorney can help policyholders navigate the claims process, gather evidence to support their claim, and negotiate with the insurance company to ensure that they receive a fair settlement.