Review: “Robert is very thorough, always providing attention to detail. Would recommend on high profile problems all the way down to simple issues facing a case. He is well-versed in coverage litigation and has superior abilitie...
Practice areas & skills: Insurance, Litigation, Contracts & Agreements, Lawsuits & Disputes
Thomas E. Miller has been a distinguished construction defect attorney for over 35 years. During his first eight years of practice he represented developers and their insurance companies. Since 1981, Miller has exclusively represented homeowners a...
Practice areas & skills: Insurance, Residential, Construction & Development
Review: “Very knowledgeable, keeps client informed every step of the way with remarkable attention to detail. Simply won my case for me...”
Practice areas & skills: Insurance, Construction & Development, Commercial, Real Estate
Walter Walker is the author of five novels, including the award-winning "A Dime to Dance By." His other works include: "The Immediate Prospect of Being Hanged" "Rules of the Knife Fight," "The Appearance of Impropriety" "The Two Dude Defense...
Practice areas & skills: Insurance, Wrongful Death, Defective and Dangerous Products, Aviation, Personal Injury
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Insurance law covers the policies insurance companies offer and the rates they charge. Personal insurance standards include auto insurance, health insurance, homeowners insurance, life insurance, and disability insurance. Business insurance standards usually include commercial liability insurance, errors and omissions insurance, malpractice insurance, and business interruption insurance. Each of these policies covers losses from different types of risk, and both the losses and the risks are carefully defined. It can take an insurance lawyer just to determine if your loss resulted from a risk you were insured for. Sometimes insurance companies deny claims, acting in what is legally called “bad faith.” Insurance lawyers can determine if your insurer is treating you fairly and sue for you if the company is acting in bad faith.