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.
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.