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Understanding Personal Injury Protection (PIP) Car Insurance

Car Insurance Claims – January 23, 2023

Personal Injury Protection (PIP) car insurance, or no-fault insurance, is available to cover medical bills and other expenses related to an automobile accident, no matter who is at fault. The insurance covers the driver, policyholder, and their passengers, even if they lack health insurance.  What are the Policy Limits? Sometimes, medical care expenses can mount… read more

Bad Faith in Travel Insurance Claims

Bad Faith Insurance,Insurance Claims – December 21, 2022

The practice of bad faith in travel insurance claims has left millions of people stranded and under a great deal of financial stress. Unfortunately, this is not an uncommon occurrence, as the law offices of Dawson and Rosenthal have been consulted by clients on this same issue time and time again. To learn more, please… read more

UnitedHealthcare Denied My Claim

Bad Faith Health Insurance – December 21, 2022

Dawson and Rosenthal have seen a number of disheartening cases concerning companies denying insurance claims over the years – chief among those guilty of this practice being UnitedHealth. UnitedHealth has a track record of forcing Americans around the country into stressful financial situations by denying their claims. Reach out to an insurance bad faith attorney… read more

Elements of a Bad Faith Claim

Bad Faith Insurance – November 1, 2022

When you enter into a contract with your insurance company, you don’t do so simply to pay monthly premiums. You have entered into the agreement assuming they will protect you from financial hardships if you ever need to file a claim. You have trusted them with your money in exchange for their protection. But what… read more

What is the Role of an Insurance Adjuster?

Insurance Claims – November 1, 2022

Insurance adjusters, often employed by insurance companies, are trained to evaluate damages to property and personal injuries. They consider the extent of injuries or damages and make an informed recommendation to the insurance company about how to settle claims. In short, insurance adjusters determine the liability the insurance agency has in given situations. What’s Expected… read more