The chance of a policyholder in Oklahoma or elsewhere prevailing in a damage claim filed with an insurer obviously increases exponentially when damage allegations can be supported by compelling evidence.
If your policy requires a "direct physical loss" before a claim will be paid, you will be interested in a recent decision by a federal court in another state. Although the ruling would only be used as persuasive authority, not precedent, in Oklahoma, federal judges here would be likely to see the argument as quite persuasive.
Did insurance giant Farmers play fair?
Having a baby is of course an epochal event for American mothers, with virtually every aspect of the procedure being markedly memorable.
Our first order of business in today’s Mansell, Engel & Cole blog post is a heartfelt communication to our readers residing in Oklahoma and elsewhere across the country.
They’ve gone “about as high as they can go.”
Farron Cousins calls it a “sad reality.”
Readers of our Oklahoma insurance law blog at Mansell, Engel & Cole might opt to just disregard the question posed above as our blog headline for today. A roll of the eyes might seem to be a more apt response.
Tornadoes, lightning strikes, fires, high winds, ravaging hail, heavy rain, flooding, earthquakes … and more.
"I Feel the Earth Move" is a classic Carole King-penned pop song of a generation ago.