Insurance Disputes

Are Exams of Injured People by Insurance Companies ‘Unbiased’?

  The law permits compelled medical examinations of injured people for “good cause shown,” but in practice, such exams are routine in litigation. Most exams are done by retired, disabled, or part-time practitioners who make their money by selling their services to insurance companies and their defense lawyers. Insurance companies like to call these “independent” […]

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GEICO Bad Faith Lawsuit

“When we pay insurance premiums, we have every right to expect that our insurance company will take care of us. GEICO led our client, Cornel Tuter —its policy holder—through 7 years of hell.  The jury had the facts, saw through Geico’s excuses, and penalized the company with large punitive damages. This unique legal battle underscores Oregon’s weak laws […]

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