Under Arizona law, you are entitled to both economic and non-economic damages. Economic damages are basically the benefits you are entitled to receive under the insurance policy or contract. Non-economic damages include items such as emotional and financial distress, and when they are actually suffered and can be proven, you can recover a monetary amount to compensate for those damages.
Also, punitive damages may be awarded in some instances. Punitive damages are awarded by the jury to punish the defendant for particularly egregious conduct and to set an example to other would-be wrongdoers. Punitive damages are generally available when deliberate, bad motives can be proven on the part of the insurance company.
Finally, attorney’s fees may sometimes be recovered from the other party, such as when the case is based on contract, or if the other party was found to be in bad faith. Court costs may also be awarded to the successful party.