Category Archives: Insurance companies

Binding Arbitration Receives Award of $79,500.00

Today we participated in binding arbitration for a car accident case. Our pre-arbitration demand was $90,000; their offer was $42,000. We received $37,500 more than the insurance companies “best and final offer.” We almost doubled their final offer. We’re are thrilled with the award. The client is overjoyed. She was calm, immensely likable, and very…
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Car accident? An average lawyer is what the insurance company wants

You've been hurt in a car accident.  It's not your fault, but the insurance company doesn't want to compensate you for your car's damage, your lost wages or your medical bills.  You decide to hire a lawyer.  If it's a pretty straight forward case, most lawyers will get you an average settlement.  That's what the insurance…
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Work comp insurance companies using COVID to deny benefits

Work comp insurance companies using COVID to deny benefits Insurance companies are terrible institutions for injured workers.  The COVID pandemic is a prime example. My fellow lawyers and I have noticed a trend of workers’ compensation insurance providers who are taking completely unreasonable and unethical positions during the COVID crises.  They know that the court…
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Stubborn and wrong is a costly combination

A month ago a client walked into the office to tell us about her recent dental procedure.  She arrived at her appointment expecting to have a root canal.  Turns out the dentist did everything but remove the root, yet she was billed for a full root canal.  Her oral pain was persistent, so she went…
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