Month: October 2022

Can a Closed Insurance Claim Be Reopened?

Published on October 28, 2022, by Matthew Sharp

Insurance Bad Faith

If you continue to suffer connected losses after an accident-caused injury, you may wonder, “Can a closed insurance claim be reopened?” Sometimes, the injuries you suffer due to someone else’s carelessness lead to ongoing problems or additional health issues. You might anticipate continued medical bills and related losses from lost wages. Can a Closed Insurance Claim Be Reopened? Unfortunately, if you accept a settlement, you typically can’t reopen an insurance claim, which is precisely why you need a knowledgeable lawyer on your side.  Too many individuals accept low [...]
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What Is the Average Settlement For Traumatic Brain Injury?

Published on October 14, 2022, by Matthew Sharp

Personal Injury

The average settlement for traumatic brain injury will depend on various factors, such as the type of accident and the long-term effects of the injury on your life. Injury to the brain caused by trauma is a serious and life-threatening injury. A TBI is one of the most dangerous wounds that accident victims can receive. In addition to having a detrimental impact on a person’s lifestyle, the medical expenses incurred while receiving treatment might put someone in financial trouble. Fortunately, a TBI victim can obtain monetary damages with [...]
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How Disability Insurance Companies Lie to Deny Claims

Published on October 7, 2022, by Matthew Sharp

Insurance Bad Faith, Insurance Bad Faith Disputes

Insurance companies may use varying tactics to deny claims or limit the payouts they must provide. After suffering a disabling injury or illness, you depend on your insurance coverage for such situations to give you the benefits you need and have paid for. If you’ve been injured, you need to understand how disability insurance companies lie to deny claims.  As we all know, managing risk is how insurers make money. Do not be duped into accepting a meager settlement from your individual or group disability insurance provider or [...]
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