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What is a Loss Payable Clause?

Insurance Claims – September 20, 2022

Insurance is frequently a minefield of confusion and uncertainty, saddling people with contracts that they may not fully comprehend at no fault of their own. One of these mind-boggling attributes is the loss payable clause. To learn more about loss payable clauses and what they mean for you and your family, reach out to a… read more

Common Insurance Scams to Be Aware Of

Insurance Claims – September 20, 2022

Insurance scams are abundant in an ever-changing, modernizing world. Every day, more and more people fall victim to financial criminals hoping to make a quick buck off an unsuspecting victim. To learn more about fraud schemes, reach out to a San Diego insurance attorney as soon as possible.  The Insurance Scams Plaguing California Insurance scams… read more

Dealing with Bad Faith in a Workers’ Comp Claim

Bad Faith Insurance,Workers' Comp – August 2, 2022

All insurance carriers, including workers’ compensation insurance carriers, are required to operate in good faith and fair dealing with claimants. What this means is that they are required to investigate every claim and pay entitled benefits to the claimant if the claim is legitimate. However, there are times when insurance carriers do not operate in… read more

Who Qualifies for Long-Term Disability Benefits?

Disability Denials – July 8, 2022

Individuals who sustain rather severe injuries often qualify for long-term disability benefits. These benefits may come through an insurance provider paid for by an employer or privately out of pocket. Additionally, individuals may qualify for Social Security disability benefits that apply long-term. Here, we want to discuss who qualifies for long-term disability benefits in California…. read more