When the Insurance Company Uses Pre-existing Conditions to Minimize Your Claim

Some insurance companies use pre-existing medical conditions as an opportunity to save money on claim payments. Pre-existing illnesses can reduce payments for policyholders’ […]

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The Impact of Legalized Marijuana on Car Accidents [Infographic]

Auto crashes are on the rise in states with legalized marijuana laws. States that support the recreational use of marijuana have a higher […]

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The Number of Consumers With Medical Bills Denied Might Surprise You [Infographic]

As many as 53 million insured Americans are denied payment for medical bills by their health insurance company. Recent medical data shows that […]

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A Denied Insurance Claim Could Cost Your Life

In states where assisted suicide is legal, some insurance companies are denying patient claims for expensive, life-saving medical treatments and offering cheaper payments […]

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Why Do Disability Claims for Mental Health Often Get Denied?

Mental health disability claims are often denied due to insufficient medical evidence and failure to get appropriate medical treatment. Mental illness is considered […]

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Is Time Running Out on Your Ability to File a Bad Faith Insurance Claim?

The statute of limitations for bad faith insurance claims in Nevada is based on statutory grounds or common law. Claims filed under statutory […]

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Why Were My Disability Benefits Denied?

Disability insurance claims are denied for a variety of reasons, including insurance companies acting in bad faith. Denial of disability insurance benefits can […]

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How to Handle a Claim Dispute with Your Auto Insurance Company

When auto insurance claims are disputed or denied, there are proper steps to take to meet a resolution. The insurance industry is highly […]

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Matthew Sharp Represents Little Valley Wild Fire Homeowners

Reno, Nevada lawyer Matthew Sharp is representing the victims of the Little Valley Fire who lost their homes after a controlled burn got […]

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Is an Insurer Responsible for Pre-Tender Defense Costs? [Infographic]

In most Nevada bad faith insurance cases, an insurer is not liable for pre-tender defense costs that were voluntarily incurred by an insured […]

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