January 2014 Blog Posts

  • The Incredible Vanishing Court Order: Insurance Company Settlement Manipulation

    Posted By Roman & Gaynor || 27-Jan-2014

    By: Morgan Gaynor I recently heard from a fellow lawyer in Tampa who had won a homeowner's insurance case. The insurance company had denied coverage to his client, but a judge ruled that the claim was covered. The insurance company then wanted to settle the claim. That sounds straightforward enough, but there was a huge catch. In exchange for a settlement, the insurance company wanted the ...
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  • Lawsuit Against Allstate Demonstrates That Insurance Companies Can't Get Away with Unpaid Medical Bills

    Posted By Roman & Gaynor || 21-Jan-2014

    Last June, a woman from Hollywood, Florida successfully filed a lawsuit against Allstate Insurance for unpaid medical expenses. This car accident case went to trial where a jury eventually agreed to award the plaintiff $1.29 million to cover her medical bills. The plaintiff, 56, possessed a UM/UIM policy that provided coverage in the event that she was hit by an uninsured or underinsured driver. ...
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  • Lawsuit Against Allstate Demonstrates That Insurance Companies Can't Get Away with Unpaid Medical Bills

    Posted By Roman & Gaynor || 21-Jan-2014

    Last June, a woman from Hollywood, Florida successfully filed a lawsuit against Allstate Insurance for unpaid medical expenses. This car accident case went to trial where a jury eventually agreed to award the plaintiff $1.29 million to cover her medical bills. The plaintiff, 56, possessed a UM/UIM policy that provided coverage in the event that she was hit by an uninsured or underinsured driver. ...
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  • Lawsuit Against Allstate Demonstrates That Insurance Companies Can't Get Away with Unpaid Medical Bills

    Posted By Roman & Gaynor || 21-Jan-2014

    Last June, a woman from Hollywood, Florida successfully filed a lawsuit against Allstate Insurance for unpaid medical expenses. This car accident case went to trial where a jury eventually agreed to award the plaintiff $1.29 million to cover her medical bills. The plaintiff, 56, possessed a UM/UIM policy that provided coverage in the event that she was hit by an uninsured or underinsured driver. ...
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  • Be Careful What You Wish For: Defense Industry Rule for Expert Testimony May Backfire

    Posted By Roman & Gaynor || 9-Jan-2014

    For years, the insurance industry complained about "junk science" in Florida's courtrooms. According to its lobbyists, juries were reaching large verdicts because they were duped by expert witnesses using dubious science to testify for injured people. Whether that was ever true is highly debatable at best. Nonetheless, the insurance industry got what it wanted this year. There is now ...
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  • Be Careful What You Wish For: Defense Industry Rule for Expert Testimony May Backfire

    Posted By Roman & Gaynor || 9-Jan-2014

    For years, the insurance industry complained about "junk science" in Florida's courtrooms. According to its lobbyists, juries were reaching large verdicts because they were duped by expert witnesses using dubious science to testify for injured people. Whether that was ever true is highly debatable at best. Nonetheless, the insurance industry got what it wanted this year. There is now ...
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