Robert McKennon Quoted in Los Angeles Daily Journal Article on Important Insurance Coverage Issue

Posted in: Accidental Death or Dismemberment, Bad Faith, Benefits, Insurance Bad Faith, Insurance Litigation Blog, Life Insurance, News, News Blog July 25, 2017

On July 20, 2017, the Los Angeles Daily Journal quoted Robert McKennon of McKennon Law Group PC in an article entitled “Insurance Claim Denial Because Airbnb Rental May Have Wider Implications,” by Andy Serbe.  The article discusses a recently filed …

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Zubillaga v. Allstate Indemnity Co. California Court Rules in Favor of Insured

Posted in: Accidental Death or Dismemberment, Bad Faith, Benefits, Insurance Bad Faith, Insurance Litigation Blog, Life Insurance July 07, 2017

Underlying every insurance contract in California is an implied promise of “good faith and fair dealing,” which requires that the insurer act in good faith when handling the insured’s claim.  If the insurer has a “genuine dispute” as to coverage, …

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Top 5 Ways Insurers Commit Insurance Bad Faith in Denying Accidental Death or Dismemberment Claims

Posted in: Accidental Death or Dismemberment, Bad Faith, Benefits, Insurance Litigation Blog, Life Insurance June 28, 2017

The McKennon Law Group PC periodically publishes articles on its Insurance Litigation and Disability Insurance News blogs that deal with frequently asked questions in insurance bad faith, life insurance, long-term disability insurance, annuities, accidental death insurance, ERISA and other areas

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