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What To Do If A Hurricane Has Damaged Your Home Or Other PropertyIf a hurricane has damaged or destroyed your home or property, your homeowner's insurance company should be there to help you. If they aren't, call us.
Court Forces Homeowners Insurance Carrier To Pay For Total Loss To Home Caused By Hurricane Wind DamageA recent decision by the Florida First District Court of Appeals provides homeowners with the piece-of-mind that they may have homeowners insurance available to rebuild their homes that are a total loss following a hurricane.
Florida Farm Bureau Casualty Ins. Co. v. Mathis, (Fla. 1st DCA 2010)Insurance company sought to deny portion of claim on basis that part of total loss of home from hurricane was due to flood damage, not wind damage.
What does it mean if an insurance company is acting in bad faith?In the event of an injury, theft or property damage, you expect that your insurance company will pay your claim properly and promptly.
The Incredible Disappearing Disability Insurance CoverageWhat most people do not realize is that the law as it related to disability insurance carriers is so stacked in the insurance companies' favor.
Allstate Insurance Pays $10M Regulatory Fine For Claims Handling PracticesThe fines followed an 18-month investigation into Allstate's claims-handling processes, and particularly those associated with a software program known as Colossus.
Insurance Companies Don’t Always Put Their Customers’ Interests FirstSometimes focusing on the technical aspects of the insurance business makes me forget about the significant impact that insurance can have in the "real world".
Say It Ain’t So: Some of Nation’s Largest Auto Insurance Companies Accused of Systematically Making “Lowball” OffersAutomobile insurance companies are using computer programs to generate "lowball" settlement offers on personal injury claims.
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