Deceptive Insurance Practices
Plaintiff Mona K. Levine insured her property against certain losses with USAA Casualty Insurance. When termites caused a collapse and other damage, the complaint alleges, USAA incorrectly calculated the payment due to her.
The class for this action include all persons in Florida who meet the following criteria:
This agreement settles a class action alleging that Allstate and its companies violated Washington state law by failing to pay medical expenses and benefits, due to policy holders and providers under the Med Pay or PIP coverages in its policies, because of Allstate’s use of a computerized bill review process in the adjustment of claims.
This class action lawsuit claims that United Health systematically discriminated against beneficiaries with eating disorders by failing to cover the costs of their out-patient treatment for recovery.
The plaintiffs in this lawsuit allege that when a borrower was required to have insurance for his or her property pursuant to a residential mortgage or home equity loan or line of credit, and evidence of acceptable coverage was not provided, Seterus would place insurnace in a manner such that they allegedly received an unauthorized benefit.
This class action lawsuit claims that Ally Bank sold GAP Agreements for vehicles in Maryland that did not cancel consumers’ loan debt when the vehicle was totaled.
This class action lawsuit claims that Toyota has engaged in a practice of refusing to wave the full amount of the “gap” on vehicles, despite the terms of the GAP contracts.
The plaintiffs in this class action lawsuit allege that Allstate has not complied with Florida state law regarding the payment of personal injury protection (PIP) benefits under claims where examinations under oath (EUOs) were requested.
The plaintiffs in this lawsuit allege that following:
Genworth Financial recently was caught in a scheme in which it improperly calculated its claims experience data for Long Term Care (LTC) insurance so that it could reduce the size of its reserve funds and use the extra funds from premiums to cover unrelated costs and increase profits. This lawsuit claims that in the aftermath of Genworth being caught, they deceptively tried to increase policyholders’ premiums to adequately fund reserves.
The plaintiffs in this lawsuit allege that CNA wrongly denied many claims for stays in Managed Residential Communities in Connecticut. These facilities provided assisted living to elderly people who cannot properly take care of themselves.