5 ways social media sites can ruin your injury claim –

May 28th, 2020 by
Insurers are looking for any evidence that may hurt your claim. For example, a victim alleges they were disabled by a car accident, yet they post photos of themselves playing softball or engaging in other strenuous activities. Words matter as much as photos– an individual may post a simple statement such as “feeling fine” to a friend or relative when they are recuperating from an injury.

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Don’t Deal with Insurance Companies yourself –

May 21st, 2020 by

Five tricks insurance companies use to pay you nothing 1. Pretending to be the good guy 2. Pointing the finger at another driver 3. Another cause (a stray dog, believe it or not) 4. Insisting on a recorded statement before you retain counsel 5. And the last but not least – the famous catch -22 “you started treatment late” or “you started treating the same day”. Don’t be fooled, even the simplest fender benders can end up being litigated for many months. Contact our office after an accident, to avoid unnecessary delays and for proper guidance and representation (818) 550-1111.  

Allstate to return more than $600 million to customers amid coronavirus pandemic

April 6th, 2020 by
As the coronavirus pandemic leaves many working from home and driving less, car insurance company Allstate has announced that they will return more than $600 million back to their customers in April and May. They announced the ‘Shelter-In-Place’ program on Monday. On average, personal auto insurance customers will reportedly receive 15 percent money back based on their monthly premium in April and May.  The money will automatically be deposited back into their bank or credit card used for payment, they said. Customers can also choose to apply credits to their accounts and Allstate encourages customers to make sure their payment information is up to date. In addition to the Shelter-In-Place program, Allstate said that U.S. residents can receive the Allstate Identity Protection product free for the rest of the year when they sign up in April or May, providing them protection from identity and financial fraud.  Payment relief is also available for auto, home and powersport insurance customers facing financial challenges. They just need to request a special payment plan that delays payments for 60 days with no penalty. Finally, Allstate said that they will automatically cover customers who use their personal vehicles to deliver food, medicine, and other goods during the COVID-19 emergency period.  Standard personal auto policies typically do not include this coverage.  The additional protections will be added to policies in all states and will be in effect while a COVID-19 emergency order is in place in your state. They said that no action is required on your part.