I’m back… I’m at BEST an occasional blogger… I believe very strongly that I’d prefer to not blog at all, or to be very occasional, instead of hiring a professional blogger to post entries for me.
This post is very important for more than 100 Floridians who had health insurance with Protective Life. In order to avoid taking up too much space in this blog post, I will link to some important documents regarding this case which are posted on our website.
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 candidates about this, and too little from others, is this...
For my first entry, I’d like to address a common misconception regarding auto insurance that I’ve repeatedly encountered during my short, yet-oh-so-illustrious, legal career: The “Full Coverage” Fallacy.
Yesterday Governor Scott signed the new insurance “reform” package into law. Our poor insurance companies have already adopted Governor Scott’s slogan: “Let’s get to work!”
While people are delaying care, and not getting tests that they need to avoid problems. When did your health insurance premiums go down? When did your deductible and co-payment amount sharing in the past few years?
In this past legislative session, the Florida Legislature once again “reformed” parts of the insurance code. Reform, for the benefit of our poor insurance companies...
This video really isn’t new (just new to me and perhaps to you). It was played to the Sony annual shareholder meeting in 2009. It is a terrific and thought provoking presentation on how things have changed.
I wish that I had a nickel for every time in the past almost 29 years of practicing law someone came to see me complaining that they had been the victim of a fraud. The old adage: “If it sounds too good to be true, it is!” applies more than ever now.
The media and politicians tell us about a financial crisis, a terrorism crisis, a debt crisis, a crisis of confidence, blah, blah, blah. I spent some time today in one of the foreclosure divisions in the Palm Beach County courthouse. We have recently filed several class actions dealing with the massive overcharging of force placed insurance policies.