Our attorneys understand what it’s like to be frustrated by an insurance company. When your claim is denied, delayed, or underpaid, we will read your policy, explain your rights, and help you fight for the coverage you paid for. Learn what these rights are and how you can fight back by reading their legal blog posts on the topic.
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Insurance Adjuster On Your Doorstep With A Check? Think Twice Hundreds (or more) of Florida accident victims probably settle their claims with adjusters on their front doorsteps each year, and later find out that their injuries are much more severe than they thought.
"Dangerous" Dog That Bit 3-Year Old Might Not Be Covered By Insurance Florida law makes Monty's owners responsible for Erica's damages. The problem in many of these cases is that dog owners often do not have the assets or the financial ability to pay damages.
Movie Star Lawsuit Shows Even Powerful Can Be Victims Of Bad Insurance Advice Mega-star Tom Hanks, and his accomplished actress wife, Rita Wilson, have filed suit against their former insurance broker.
Greedy Mortgage Company Rebuked By Court In Insurance Dispute Over Fees The United States Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals has rejected a claim by a mortgage company that it was entitled to cheat an attorney out of attorneys' fees that he had won in an insurance dispute.
What Will Insurance Do To Avoid Accepting Responsibility For Accident? It would probably be shocking for non-lawyers to learn how many times defendants in straightforward rear-end accidents, refuse to admit liability and accept responsibility.
Shard Of Glass In Your Salad? 'Get Over It' The law in Florida is that restaurants are responsible for taking all reasonable steps to serve wholesome food to customers.
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