January 16, 2019

I've seen a number of different insurance policies. And all I can say is any policy can be cheap if it doesn't cover anything. All insurance policies are very favorable to the insurance companies,  but some are more unreasonable to the customer than others are. Any ins...

January 16, 2019

I've been hearing a commercial by an insurance company who kept saying they would give away the unused premiums at the end of the year. While that sounds like a noble cause,  it does not seem to make much sense. What would they do in case of a serious catastrophe like...

January 16, 2019

As a lawyer who has no qualms about suing insurance companies to get them to pay, I really do believe that insurance companies get a lot of hate and hostility. They're like that horrible lover that you cannot seem to bring yourself to leave. No matter how badly you cla...

October 4, 2014

Should plaintiffs' likeability or injury severity influence their chances of victory in lawsuits? The law says no, but any experienced trial lawyer will say otherwise. But what do the research data say? 

 

I recently completed a study in which participants watched a vide...

September 2, 2014

In the case of motor vehicle accidents, it is a sad reality that many drivers do not carry enough liability insurance coverage to adequately compensate others injured in an accident. According to the Texas Department of insurance:

 

“Because of car prices and the high co...

August 2, 2014

After motor vehicle accident, get as much information as you can from the other drivers and witnesses. If you can, snap a picture of the other driver’s proof of insurance and driver’s license. The main information that you need are: insurance company name, driver’s nam...

July 2, 2014

When I was buying a car in law school, the salesman tried to sell me a warranty plan. “It’s a good deal,” he said.  I replied that this was a relatively new car and the warranty was only for 2 years. “Nothing is going to happen to the car in two years,” I said. To whic...

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