Many of our readers obviously remember with great clarity the vivid imagery linked with the massive Kilauea volcanic eruption on Hawaii’s Big Island a couple months back.
Although few people likely think of adequate insurance coverage as being akin to a warm and comforting blanket, we submit at Mansell, Engel & Cole that such imagery is not misplaced. Truly, real protection against life’s material risks should feel something like a blanket.
A recent insurance-themed article relates that a policy dispute proceeded in relatively straightforward fashion for national insurer State Farm through the court system in one state.
You just might be – in fact, there’s a better-than-average chance you are – an Oklahoma homeowner who lacks a detailed listing of household valuables that need to be accounted for in the wake of a storm or other adverse event.
When a storm crops up, you may take the necessary measures to ensure that you and your property remain as protected as possible. Of course, you likely rely on your house to protect you from the majority of weather-related threats, and you use homeowners insurance to protect your home in the event that it suffers damage due to the results of a storm.
Insurance companies in Oklahoma and across the country sometimes act in head-scratching ways to claims that are clearly bona-fide and warrant prompt payment in full.