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Failure To Tell the Truth Can Void Life Insurance Policy

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Life insurance is a critical financial tool for many families in the United States. As a recent Missouri case illustrates, the failure of an insured to give true answers on a life insurance application can result in a loss of the insurance policy when it comes time to collect the life...


Do You Really Have "Full Coverage"?

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During the initial interview of our personal injury clients, after asking all the obvious questions concerning the facts surrounding the injury, we ask the clients about their own automobile coverage. The typical response is "Why do you want to know that, it was the other person's fault?"...


Tips For Handling Insurance Claims: Storm Damage

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Many Missourians experience devastating losses as a result of severe weather across our state each year. When people have insurance claims, we want to help make sure those claims are handled properly by explaining a few things to take into consideration:
1. Many insurance companies...


Scottsdale vs. United Fire

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In a decision handed down in December 2014, the Missouri Supreme Court clarified the topic of bad faith claims in Missouri, bringing this state more in line with the growing majority of the country and creating law that helps those who are insured and insurance companies who act in good...


Advantage vs. Mid-Continent

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An insurance company can be held liable for bad faith even when there is no coverage under the policy.  In September 2014, the Missouri Court of Appeals, Western District upheld a trial court decision stating "[The insurance company] had an unequivocal duty to defend based on its own...


Chris Faiella Teaching CLE on Bad Faith for West ED

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TGFW Managing Member, Chris Faiella, will present a CLE webcast for West ED tomorrow morning on Prosecuting and Defending the Bath Faith Case A to Z.  Chris is an expert in the field of insurance bad faith and takes particular interest in these types of cases.
If you're...


SENDING YOUR KIDS OFF TO COLLEGE THIS FALL? FOUR THINGS YOU AND YOUR KIDS SHOULD KNOW WHEN THEY TAKE THE CAR TO COLLEGE

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CAR INSURANCE: Read your automobile insurance policy and check with your insurance agent about appropriate coverage for your college student. Keep proof of insurance coverage in the vehicle. Make sure you and your new college student understand the types of coverage that you have BEFORE you...


2010 Judging the Judges

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Amanda Drew
This November there will be many non-partisan judges asking for Missourians to vote to keep them on the bench. How do you decide who will get your vote?
One resource you may want to consider is Judging the Judges 2010, a website provided by the Missouri...


Do I sue Google? Autonomous Cars and Injury Cases

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Google, one of today's most innovative companies seems to have a never ending line up of great ideas. One of these is its autonomous vehicle which literally drives itself. A story in The Atlantic, reports that the vehicle has never gotten a ticket, but if they do, Google wants its corporate...


Is the Insurance Broker an Agent of the Insured, The Insurer or Both in Missouri?

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An insurance broker is a person or more commonly a business selling insurance of various insurance companies through its business. Lay people often think of brokers as insurance agents or even insurance companies. However, brokers are not insurance agents, who generally are employee or...


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