Insurance companies are for-profit businesses. Though they may make lofty claims of being a "good neighbor" or have likable mascots, many insurance companies are notorious for underpaying claims, retroactively canceling policies, or delaying investigations and payouts to try to wear claimants down and avoid paying high settlements. These bad faith practices put policyholders at risk. At times when they rely on their insurance companies the most, they find themselves with nowhere to turn, unable to pay medical bills, restore damage, or make ends meet.
In these articles, you can find helpful information about insurance claims, how to deal with insurance providers, how insurance works, and what rights you have in dealing with the insurance company after a car accident, hurricane, wildfire, or any other accident or natural disaster.