We’ve had the very great privilege of representing individuals and their families in a wide variety of health insurance disputes since I began practicing law in 1982. Our firm, Liggio & Cornell, prosecutes a wide variety of health insurance and managed care disputes.
Robert Wagner, Fred Thompson, Henry Winkler…. those TV commercials pitching reverse mortgages… What could go wrong? Actually, a lot.
I, along with two of my best friends, who are terrific trial lawyers, Louis Silber and John Romano, (our local Palm Beach County Legal Dream Team!), have had the very great pleasure of representing our Palm Beach County Tax Collector.
Last September, I posted about reverse mortgages. We agreed to represent our client, Mrs. Gravlin 4 days before the trial was scheduled in the foreclosure action. She had a reverse mortgage, they were foreclosing on her (despite what you might have seen on TV commercials, you can lose your house…..)
We’ve been litigating and trying cases against the insurance industry for almost 30 years now. (Time sure flies…). Many of the laws that govern insurance here in Florida and elsewhere, begin with “model acts” drafted by The National Association of Insurance Commissioners
The politicians who were against the recent Health Care Reform Act, and the health insurance industry, kept repeating the myth that most people are happy with their health insurance.
Initiated in 2005, Williams vs. Heritage Operating, L.P. was brought on behalf of a Class of former Peoples Gas Customers improperly charged tank rent for propane tanks that were buried in, or installed on, Class members’ respective property.
Health insurance policies are contracts which spell out the rights and obligations of the parties. These policies are designed to pay for medical expenses as provided for under the policy, however, policies also contain exclusions which can limit the scope of coverage.
In a recent decision, the Fourth District Court of Appeal addressed whether a homeowner failed to provide his insurance company with proper notice when reporting a claim for damage to his home.