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Category Archives: Bad Faith Insurance Claims

Grammar! How verb tense won a health insurance lawsuit!

Many “trial lawyers”  crow about how much money they make for themselves and their clients.  We’re not of that ilk. Every case is important to the client, and for us. Let me tell you about a recent case of ours that I’m just tickled about. We represent a wonderful woman who has been a public […]

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Medical Bankruptcy

I’ve been  meaning to comment on this timely and recent New York Times article: http://www.nytimes.com/2016/01/06/upshot/lost-jobs-houses-savings-even-insured-often-face-crushing-medical-debt.html?_r=0 The article in turn refers to this joint Kaiser Family Foundation/New York Times Survey: http://kff.org/health-costs/report/the-burden-of-medical-debt-results-from-the-kaiser-family-foundationnew-york-times-medical-bills-survey/ I, like many of you, have been paying attention to the Presidential campaign and debates.  My question, since I haven’t anything from most of the […]

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Honor and Mendacity, the yang and yin of doing things right

If you haven’t taken the time to go and watch “The Big Short” movie, you really ought to. It is thought provoking, true, informative, and it will make you angry. (The acting, and the directing are beyond top notch). Like many folks, for me, this time of year is one of both reflection and planning.  […]

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National Indemnity Company of the South fraud verdict affirmed.

In 2007 we had the opportunity to represent a terrific young lady, Larose McLoyd, who had been the victim of a fraud perpetrated on her by the National Indemnity Company of the South and one of it’s claims personnel, Ms. Dworak. Here is the link to our brief description of the underlying facts and litigation: […]

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Where your insurance premiums actually go

It’s been some time since I posted on this Blog, and I apologize for that. We’ve been just a little busy with some of our ongoing bad faith suits and class actions. I’ll certainly try to do better. There was something in the media today that I think is very important reading. To put things […]

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Do Insurance Companies Sometimes Act In Bad Faith Because Of Their Own Financial Problems?

Everybody should realize that insurance companies make money by investing the money they receve in premiums paid by their insureds. Does anyone think that insurance companies are any better at investing their money than any of the wall street investment banks that made such bad decisions? Aside from all the press coverage of AIG’s problems, […]

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