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Injury Law

Category: Injury Law

Let the Sun Shine In: Carriers Relent, Let Ratepayers See Documents Filed with the State

Even insurance carriers can no longer deny the basic fairness and justice for public disclosure of their filings with New York State when they seek rate increases.       Incredibly, for the longest time, the carriers insisted that these filings with the State should be kept

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More Things Insurance Companies Don’t Want You To Know

This report by a former insurance company worker doesn’t deal with with injuries specifically, but it does offer insight into claims handling practices by insurance carriers generally: http://jobs.aol.com/articles/2011/09/27/trade-secrets-of-an-insurance-agent-8-things-insurance-companie/?icid=maing-grid10%7Chtmlws-main-bb%7Cdl14%7Csec1_lnk3%7C99411

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Louisiana Court Finds Limitations on Citizens’ Rights to Recover for Damages Unconstitutional

Despite the never-ending assault by corporate special-interests on the rights of injured individuals, the Court system in our country is often the last vanguard of protection that the average citizen has for seeking remedy when they are injured.  For example,  Louisiana’s

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Take a Look Behind the Heated Rhetoric

Too often we are misled by the headlines or slanted perspectives in the debate over injury claims and the state of our legal system.  Many times political decisions to limit the rights of injured persons are made too hastily in response

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“Eduring power of being a well-placed friend” in Washington D.C.

Further confirmation in the New York Times that our elected officials are too often uncomfortably cozy with special interest groups that are not necessarily motivated by the “greater public good.”  This phenomenon crosses geographic and party lines.  Congressman Pomeroy (until January, 2011) from North Dakota is a

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