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Phillip Fry Debuts Bad Faith Investigative and Reporting Service To Help Bad Faith Victims

Phillip Fry Debuts Bad Faith Investigative and Reporting Service To Help Bad Faith Victims

Phillip Fry announces his new service to investigate and report bad faith dealings by insurance companies, landlords, employers, retailers, franchisors, and other companies and governmental agencies and personnel that intentionally take advantage of their insured parties, tenants, employees, customers, franchisees, and citizens.

Montrose, MI, September 23, 2015 — Phillip Fry is an investigative reporter who investigates and reports bad faith in business and governmental dealings and actions, or lack thereof, by insurance companies, landlords, employers, retailers, franchisors, and other companies and governmental agencies and personnel that intentionally take advantage of their insured parties, tenants, employees, customers, franchisees, and citizens.

Business Bad Faith

Business bad faith is the fraudulent, malicious, and/or intentional refusal, inaction, wrongful action, or the violation of the standards for fair business dealing, by a company that fails to promptly, properly, completely, and honestly honor or carry out its legal or moral duty or contractual obligation to, or in any other way infringe upon or violate the rights of, its customers, vendors, and business partners with whom the firm does business.

Government Bad Faith

Governmental bad faith is comparable to business bad faith, with the additional opportunity of governmental agencies and personnel to act in bad faith by selectively or improperly enforcing or failing to enforce or respect and follow in good faith local, state, and federal laws.

Bad Faith Lawsuits

Most U.S. states recognize what is termed the “implied covenant of good faith and fair dealing”, which is breached by acts of bad faith. A wronged party can bring a lawsuit for such a breach, or use a good faith breach as a defense against a lawsuit. The existence of bad faith can minimize or nullify any claim that a company or governmental agency alleges in a lawsuit or other action.

In addition, compensatory and punitive damages, plus attorney’s fees and court costs may be awarded to a party who must defend himself in a legal action brought in good faith.

Individuals or companies who have been damaged by the bad faith action, inaction, or wrongful action by companies or local, state, federal governmental agencies and personnel can hire the paid investigative and reporting services of Phillip Fry by emailing him at phil@moldinspector.com or phoning toll-free 866-300-1616 or Phillip’s cell phone 480-310-7970, or visit his website www.badfaithreporter.com.

Contact:
Phillip Fry
10104 Sheridan Rd.,
Montrose, MI 48457
Phone Toll-Free 866-300-1616
Cell Phone 480-310-7970
phil@moldinspector.com

http://www.badfaithreporter.com

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