By Robert I. Feinberg | Published November 11, 2016 | |
Who could resist reading an opponent’s emails and files? I certainly can’t. And it’s all legal. This is the third in an installment of blogs about a treasure trove of information from the files of insurance companies.Read More
This will be the first in a 3 part series on how insurance companies evaluate cases. What goes on inside the mind of the company? What gets recorded in their files? The reason that I am able to speak with some degree of confidence on this topic is not simply because I’ve been a personal injury lawyer for 35 years.Read More
In 1985, the Supreme Judicial Court decided Cardin v. Royal Insurance Co., 394 Mass. 350 (1985), an important case pertaining to auto insurance. In that case, the Court used a sentence that has stuck with me ever since reading the opinion: “Navigating the tortuous twists of automobile insurance law is at least as difficult as the uninitiated driver’s first foray into the streets of Boston.” This is an accurate statement because understanding and appreciating all of the nuances of automobile insurance law in Massachusetts is a very difficult task.Read More
Automobile insurance will protect you in the event that you are sued for your alleged negligence. There is Compulsory Bodily Injury Coverage under Part 1 but you would be well advised to choose Part 5, Optional Bodily Injury Coverage. However, there are two other coverages that you can select which will protect you and your family as well as guest occupants in some circumstances.Read More
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