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Bad faith leads to denied insurance claims and policy holder harm

In the last few weeks Americans have watched as Hurricane Harvey ripped through the Gulf of Mexico and slammed communities throughout Texas. Florida residents are all too familiar with the devastation that hurricanes can cause and the terrible challenges that accompany the rebuilding process in the wake of utter and complete loss. One saving grace for individuals who live through natural disasters such as Harvey is their insurance. Insurance policies can provide victims of disasters with the financial support they need to rebuild their lives and move forward.

Will the PIP system soon be a thing of the past in Florida?

Florida’s auto insurance laws can have big impacts on the state’s drivers. For one, they dictate what insurance coverage drivers are required to have. Also, they can impact what sorts of insurance issues come up for drivers when they end up getting hurt in a car accident.

Knowing your options can be important with auto insurance

Individuals can have many different options regarding auto insurance. This includes a wide range of options when it comes to what insurance provider to have a policy with. Auto insurance providers can vary in many things, including in what rate they would charge a given individual. For example, providers can differ quite a bit in what sort of rate discounts they make available. What auto insurance rate a person has can have significant financial ramifications over time.

Winter driving hazards and insurance coverage

Dangers abound in winter driving conditions, particularly during heavy rainstorms. When traffic risks are high, Florida drivers want to know that their insurance companies will act in good faith to cover car repairs, medical expenses and other costs that may be accrued after an accident.

Insurance difficulties can come up for start-ups

You’ve decided you’re finally going to do it. You’re going to take that unique business idea you have and turn it into a business. In this exciting time, it can be important to not only think about the potential of your new business, but also the risks that could come up in connection to it. Unique businesses can raise unique risks. Given this, when it comes to new start-ups, insurance matters can be important.

Get the insurance money you need after a car accident

If you have been hurt in a motor vehicle accident, you know how frustrating and confusing it can be to get the financial support you need for medical bills and car repairs. It is particularly frustrating when you have a legitimate insurance claim, yet find that your insurance company has refused to pay you.

Does homeowners insurance cover downed tree costs?

When severe weather hits an area here in Florida, it can cause a lot of damage on the property of area homeowners. For example, storms involving wind can take down trees on a property. The costs a Florida homeowner could face in relation to trees downed in storms, such as the expenses of removing them and repairing structures damaged by them, could get quite high. Will such costs be covered by a person’s homeowners insurance?

What is the most commonly stolen automobile?

An individual’s likelihood of suffering an auto theft can be affected by many things. One is what kinds of theft prevention steps they take. Another, as we touched on in a post a couple of months ago, is where they live. Yet another is what model of vehicle they own. Some automobile models have a particularly high number of thefts connected to them.

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