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Defense Strategies for Your Bad Faith Claim

A bad faith insurance lawsuit arises when an insurance company denies a policyholder’s valid claim without a reasonable basis, or fails to properly investigate the claim in a reasonable amount of time. A bad faith claim for insurance arises between… Read More
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Uninsured / Underinsured Motorist Claims in Ohio

In Ohio, it is illegal to operate a motor vehicle without a minimum amount of liability insurance. Ohio law requires that all drivers carry liability insurance coverage of at least $25,000. Nonetheless, hundreds of Ohio drivers who do not carry insur… Read More
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The Fight for Business In…

The Fight for Business Interruption Coverage Due to Coronavirus Closures Heads to Washington

As businesses are coming to terms with financial struggles caused by stay-at-home and shelter-at-home orders that have been implemented in response to the coronavirus pandemic, the hardest-hit business, including restaurant owners and lobbying groups… Read More
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Does Business Interruptio…

Does Business Interruption Insurance Cover Losses Caused by the Coronavirus and COVID-19?

The coronavirus pandemic continues to take its toll across the country, shutting down schools, closing all but essential businesses, and threatening the physical and mental health of those who have contracted the virus, healthcare workers, and their… Read More
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Can You Sue Your Insurance Company?

If your insurance company failed to pay your claim in a timely manner or neglected to recommend the proper insurance to cover business losses and you’d like to sue your insurance company, Cleveland attorney Tom Robenalt welcomes you to contact our… Read More
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