The Hartford faces possible class action from nearly 20,000 policyholders
Client gets green light from court regarding underpayment claims
Target will pay $10 million to settle lawsuit from data breach
The retailer will deposit the settlement amount into an interest bearing escrow account, to pay individual victims up to $10,000 in damages.
A Policyholder’s Guide to IoT Claims Coverage
by Catherine Serafin | February 1, 2018 at 6:04 am According to some estimates, by 2020, the internet of things (IoT) will encompass more than 50 billion devices. But as the technology becomes more common, headlines regarding the risks of IoT-enabled products are becoming more frequent, such as reports that Amazon’s digital assistant Alexa “misheard” a toddler’s inquiry and proceeded to teach him profanity or cases…
Legal Finance: A Critical Tool for Policyholders and Their Lawyers
For both policyholders and their lawyers, legal finance can make it easier and less risky to pursue recoveries on valid insurance claims.
Insurance Tips for High-Risk Policyholders
When it comes to the adjective 'high,' much depends on the word that comes next. You want to be high value or high performing; you want to have high.
5 tips to avoid a termination lawsuit
Beyond the emotional toll associated with terminating an employee, employers also face serious legal consequences if the situation is handled improperly.
10 happiest states for homeowners' insurance policyholders
Data from Clearsurance ranks the top 10 happiest states for homeowners' insurance policyholders in 2019.
India: Revised product rules improve terms for policyholders
The IRDAI has published revised regulations governing unit-linked and non-linked insurance products.
How to Serve Insurers and Policyholders With Skill & Professionalism
Insurance Fraud & Weapons to Defeat Fraud & Compact Books of Adjusting Property & Liability Claims For those who serve the insurance industry and its policyholders (whether as lawyers, …
The Top Class-Action Lawsuits In Recent Years
Over the years, there have been some big class-action lawsuits, some of which have resulted in companies facing financial and reputational ruin. While many of these may not affect many people directly, there are those that will have a significant impact on people’s health and lives. Lawyers such as Attorney Paul Napoli specialize in class
How Germany's version of the class-action lawsuit functions
The VW investor lawsuit looks like a class action but it isn't. The possibilities for suing companies are more limited in Germany, though they're changing.
German cabinet paves way for class-action lawsuits
Around 2 million diesel car owners in Germany could soon join class-action lawsuits to seek compensation from Volkswagen, the country's justice minister has said. But they'd have to be quick about it, she added.
How Do You File A Class Action Lawsuit?
Kate Wilson: A class action lawsuit is typically brought against a company or entity that has committed to same injustice against a large group of people.
TMLT policyholders to save $20 million in dividends
TMLT POLICYHOLDERS TO SAVE $20 MILLION IN DIVIDENDS Since 2005, approximately $226 million in dividends will have been saved On June 22, 2012, the Board of Governors of Texas Medical Liability Trust (TMLT) approved a 15% dividend for policyholders who renew in 2013. The dividend will save them nearly $20 million in 2013 premium. This …
Why Are Insurance Companies Losing Policyholder Satisfaction?
Share We’re not happy with our car insurance companies. We’re not angry with them either. We’re just not as thrilled with them as we were last year according to JD Power, the global marketing information services company. JD Power is the company most often mentioned at the end of car commercials when they tell us how much people love their Chevys or Fords or Chryslers The satisfaction survey giant reported in June of this year that overall satisfaction with auto insurance companies declined…
How technology can help contractors prevent lawsuits
Dive Brief: Adoption of project management and data collection technology will not only make contractors' operations more efficient but could reduce the risk of litigation as well, according to Resolution Management Consultants of Marlton, New Jersey.Three main construction technology categories that have the biggest potential to reduce the chances of contractors and owners
Enhancing the Experience: How Carriers are Changing Contents Inventory Creation for Policyholders
Our recent Product Advisory Group session prompted a lively debate from our carrier customers on the best way to incent policyholders to create their own contents inventory – and preferably pre-los…
How Do Insurance Dispute Attorneys Help Policyholders in Bad Faith Claims?
Insurance disputes can arise out of even the most minor of issues between policyholders and insurance carriers. These disputes can involve just about anything under the sun, including bad faith claims. So, what does an insurance dispute attorney do for a policyholder in a bad faith claim? Common bad faith claim issues Insurance companies are…
FEMA Tips for Super Storm Sandy Policyholders
Here are a couple of good articles that caught our eye regarding FEMA claims. Please keep in mind that you are dealing with government bureaucracy. So be sure to ask lots of questions and submit documentation as required. If you have questions regarding any property insurance related issues that Hurricane Sandy may cause please call 800.321.4488 or contact us to submit a question to one of our loss assessor experts What to Expect from a FEMA Inspector Letter from FEMA is a Starting…
SB 10: A Threatened Setback For All Corporate Policyholders
All Texas businesses should be concerned about the potential passage of Senate Bill 10 (“SB 10”). While several lawmakers tout SB 10 as tailored...