Legal Advice for Insurance — 1,020 results
Written by attorney Craig Drummond, 13 days ago.
Did the other side have to carry auto insurance? Nevada requires that automobile liability insurance policies carry minimum coverage of $15,000 for bodily injury or death of one person in... more
Written by attorney Molly B. Kenny, 18 days ago.
Even before you begin negotiating over all the assets up for division during the divorce, discuss what will happen to your health insurance. Depending on who is currently paying for your... more
Written by attorney Jeffrey Zimmerman, 2 months ago.
Is is essential to know what insurance coverage you need to protect your interests. Tort Option Full or limited tort: the word "tort" may be the most confusing and misunderstood word in the... more
Written by attorney Edward Le, 4 months ago.
Being notified by your attorney to attend a Compulsory or Independent Medical Examination can be unnerving. There is nothing "Independent" about these exams and it is often a device for... more
Written by attorney Ralph Phillips, 4 months ago.
The “GAP” in gap insurance stands for “Guaranteed Auto Protection.” If an auto accident occurs, this insurance can protect a driver from having to pay the potentially significant... more
Written by attorney Thomas Kane, 5 months ago.
A guide to title insurance by Connecticut Attorneys Title Insurance Company Title Insurance Compared to Other Insurance The basic function of any type of insurance is to shift risk from one... more
Written by attorney Gregory Colburn, 6 months ago.
Explains the unreasonable or unfair conduct of an insurance company also known as insurance bad faith. What Does the Term "Insurance Bad Faith" Mean? "Bad faith" refers to unreasonable or... more
Written by attorney Joe Queen, 7 months ago.
This guide answers common questions relating to occupational insurance policies. What is occupation accident insurance? Occupational accident insurance (OAI) is a unique policy that... more
Written by attorney Dwain M Clifford, 7 months ago.
Too many insureds don't take the time to read their insurance policies to understand just what they've bought -- and haven't bought -- from the insurance company. Avoid surprises about... more
Written by attorney Christopher Finney, 10 months ago.
A breakdown of what 'full coverage' means in Missouri and how you can protect yourself. Insurance Coverages Required by Missouri Law hear that phrase often and I must honestly tell you... more