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R. Rex Parris Law Firm settles insurance bad faith case for $15,000,000

R. Rex Parris Law Firm settles insurance bad faith case for $15,000,000 October 8, 2016.
LOS ANGELES, Oct. 06, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- R. Rex Parris Law Firm lawyers Alexander R. Wheeler, Jason P. Fowler and Daniel Eli have settled a personal injury and insurance bad faith case one year after a jury handed down a verdict in the underlying personal injury case.
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Did Your Insurer Deal with You in Bad Faith?

Did Your Insurer Deal with You in Bad Faith? February 20, 2016. By Brenda Craig.
Los Angeles, CA: Bad things happen to good people, right? Absolutely. And sometimes those bad things involve making an insurance claim so you can put things right again.
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Anthem Blue Cross Faces Hepatitis C Claims

Anthem Blue Cross Faces Hepatitis C Claims December 10, 2015. By Heidi Turner.
Pasadena, CA: Blue Cross faces a class-action insurance lawsuit alleging the company unfairly denied treatment for hepatitis C to protect profits. According to the lawsuit, which is the most recent of multiple lawsuits filed against the insurer, patients seeking coverage of certain hepatitis C treatments are told the treatment is not medically necessary, despite the serious health effects associated with hepatitis C.
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Florida Couple Recovers $14.5 in Bad Faith Case Against Geico

Florida Couple Recovers $14.5 in Bad Faith Case Against Geico November 14, 2015. By The National Trial Lawyers.
A jury in Miami awarded a $14.5 million to husband and wife in a Miami-Dade Circuit Court trial against Geico General Insurance Co. and an uninsured driver who was deemed negligent in a severe 2004 automobile accident.
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Tracy Morgan Accident Results in Bad Faith Insurance Lawsuit

Tracy Morgan Accident Results in Bad Faith Insurance Lawsuit October 28, 2015. By Heidi Turner.
Newark, NJ: The car accident involving Saturday Night Live star Tracy Morgan has now resulted in an insurance claim being filed by Walmart against its insurers. Walmart alleges bad faith insurance on the part of some of its insurers who have refused to pay their portion of a settlement with Morgan.
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Smart Strategies for Maximizing Insurance Claims in Road Accidents

Smart Strategies for Maximizing Insurance Claims in Road Accidents September 21, 2015. By Brenda Craig.
Lancaster, CA It pays to hire a lawyer with lots of experience dealing with the insurance companies.
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Cautionary Tale for Life Insurance Customers

Cautionary Tale for Life Insurance Customers June 21, 2014. By Brenda Craig.
Life is a tricky business full of twists and turns that course quietly through the days and months, and then suddenly, in a moment, bad faith insurance changes everything and an unexpected outcome leaves “what-if-only” thoughts looping through the human brain.
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Increased Disability with Diabetes - Will This Affect Disability Insurance Claims?

Increased Disability with Diabetes - Will This Affect Disability Insurance Claims? July 26, 2013. By Lucy Campbell.
Washington, DC People with diabetes are at a 50 percent increased risk for disability compared with the non-diabetic population, according to a new study recently published July 23 in the journal The Lancet Diabetes and Endocrinology. Despite the many diabetes drugs, available to manage this disease, diabetes medications are associated with the risk for serious adverse events, and do not necessarily mitigate the risk for disability.
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Overturning ERISA and the Supreme Court Update

Overturning ERISA and the Supreme Court Update February 3, 2013. By Jane Mundy.
Washington, DC Last November, Matt Wessler, an attorney at Public Justice, argued an ERISA case before the Supreme Court that will impact every ERISA insurer in the country and almost 200 million Americans covered by the ERISA plan.
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The Vrdolyak Law Group Uncovers New Evidence, Recovers $775,000 for At-fault Elderly Driver

The Vrdolyak Law Group Uncovers New Evidence, Recovers $775,000 for At-fault Elderly Driver November 21, 2012. By Abi Kistler.
Chicago, IL (Press Release) The Vrdolyak Law Group recovered $775,000 for an elderly woman whose 90-year-old husband was killed in a motor vehicle accident on March 14, 2008, notwithstanding the fact that police claimed she had caused the accident.
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