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.
When a big dog gets up close and barks, many people freeze. Some panic and run.
Aggrieved Oklahoma insurance policyholders don’t live in a vacuum, of course, but they understandably have a limited picture regarding their claim disputes with insurers.
Insured parties in Oklahoma and elsewhere seldom go through the hassle of making policyholder claims for arguably trivial losses.
We suspect that most readers of our Oklahoma pro-policyholders’ insurance law blog have heard disturbing stories about unforeseen medical charges. Many of you have perhaps been presented with unexpected health care bills.
There's an elephant in doctors' offices in Oklahoma and nationally, and doctors just can't make it leave the room.