This is an insurance law blog. Most of the content on our site is about insurance disputes that Oklahoma residents face all too often. While we are most often discussing the unfortunate reality of insurance benefit denials, a recent news story presents a less common but still real reason why local people are missing out on insurance money they deserve.
There are various types of insurance. And the frustrating reality is that insurance can be complicated. Throw in a variety of insurance types and, therefore, a variety of complex insurance regulations, and it is no wonder that too many people face legal hurdles that seem too high to clear on their own.
While we hate to bring you bad news on the week of a favorite holiday, we aim to arm people with helpful information. And the truth is Thanksgiving is a dangerous time of year.
A life insurance policy is something that most of us do not want to think about, whether it is a policy of our own or for our loved ones. But the policies exist for a reason and can offer a significant benefit in the case of someone's death.
Purchasing insurance gives us a sense comfort that if something goes wrong, we have financial support behind us. However, while you did your part by making costly premium payments, sometimes big insurance companies just don't want to pay up. They find excuses to deny claims or shortchange you.
October is already nearly behind us. We feel the need to address an important matter that people here in Oklahoma and across the country have recognized all month: breast cancer.
Insurance is supposed to be there to make us whole when an unforeseen event damages our home or business. Because more than 50 tornadoes per year strike Oklahoma, people in the area pay the highest homeowners premiums in the nation.
Most of us do not work in the healthcare industry. We also don't work in the health insurance industry. Therefore, when we are mere patients who receive those dreaded medical bills, it is natural that we get confused.
Was your insurance claim denied? Do you believe your insurance company isn't paying you what you deserve?
The reality of aging can be daunting. Many of us will deny the fact that, well, we are getting older every day. Few of us want to admit and face the fact that we are "old."