5 Steps To Take If You Have Suffered Car Accident Injuries

5 Steps To Take If You Have Suffered Car Accident Injuries

Car accidents can produce some of the most serious injuries an individual can experience, including traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, broken bones, burns, and soft tissue injuries.  If you have suffered car accident injuries, do you know the steps you should take to increase the likelihood of your injuries recovering well and your eligibility to obtain compensation for the expenses and quality-of-life impacts of your injury?  The short answer: talk to a car accident lawyer. Read on for more information about five steps you should take if you’ve been…

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Allstate’s attempt to overturn jury verdict for underinsured driver benefits denied

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The Supreme Court of Texas has turned down the insurer’s attempt to overturn the verdict. Allstate Insurance’s efforts to overturn a jury verdict having to do with underinsured driver benefits have been denied by the Supreme Court of Texas. The high court upheld the jury verdict in a 5-4 decision regarding a 2016 claim. The Supreme Court decision upheld the $95,000 jury verdict from the Bexar County court in favor of Daniel Wes Irwin. That verdict required Allstate to pay Irwin the full sum of $50,000 underinsured driver benefits from…

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Consumer groups call for higher auto insurance rebates in the US

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The Consumer Federation of America and Center for Economic Justice say insurers aren’t doing enough. The Consumer Federation of America (CFA) and the Center for Economic Justice (CEJ) have recalculated their figures for insurers and say auto insurance rebates are not large enough. Some insurers have issued discounts and credits to policyholders in the face of COVID-19. However, the CFA and CEJ have concluded that some of the largest insurers have fallen short of fairness in the auto insurance rebates they’ve issued in the United States. Both consumer groups calculated…

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Porsche auto insurance rolling out in two states

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Some of the automaker’s customers now have the opportunity to purchase coverage directly. Illinois and Oregon luxury car drivers will be able to cover their vehicles with Porsche auto insurance. The automaker has announced the launch of its new policies to cover customers driving its vehicles. The car insurance is initially launching in two states for vehicles manufactured after 1981. The Porsche auto insurance policy will be available to owners with vehicles made in 1981 or after. It will be a mileage-based coverage for vehicles based in Illinois and Oregon…

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Arkansas Insurance Department cautions drivers against car policy scam

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Commissioner Allen Kerr has issued a warning to consumers in the state due to fraudulent policy sales. The Arkansas Insurance Department recently issued a warning to drivers to take care when purchasing an auto insurance policy. There has been a broad rash of fraudulent car insurance policy sales in the state. The fake car insurance is being sold by people posing as agents and are primarily selling at dealerships. According to the Arkansas Insurance Department warning, the fraudulent auto insurance policies are being sold mainly at car dealerships. People pretending…

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Insurance customer trends show one in three Americans don’t shop again for policies

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A new survey showed that policyholders in the U.S. don’t re-shop to find better coverage or rates. One out of every three Americans have never re-shopped for a policy, say the results of a new insurance customer trends survey. The research found that almost half of all policyholders who have looked around for a better deal has not done so within the last year. The research was conducted on homeowners insurance and auto insurance customers. American consumers are risking overpaying for their coverage, say the results of a new Policygenius…

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Allstate pay per mile insurance rolls out for New Jersey drivers

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The Milewise program makes it possible for low-mileage drivers to pay based on their usage. New Jersey drivers now have a new pay per mile insurance policy available from Allstate. The auto insurance company has rolled out Milewise in the state. This insurance policy is designed to appeal to drivers who don’t go very far in their vehicles. The Allstate Milewise pay per mile insurance policy allows drivers to reduce their coverage expenses by driving less. The less these motorists use their vehicles, and the shorter the distances they travel,…

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