The change in tides has finally begun to reach all of the many independent news outlets that report on niche news to their respective audiences, one single trend unites all of them, insurance policy companies have been misleading in their business dealings. Whether you read medical community news, financial times, or local publications, stories about the less than savory dealings of insurance companies failing to hold up their end of the bargain are found throughout each.
In what is becoming a far too common and alarming trend among the companies created to insure the public at large, these companies are finding legal loopholes or use lengthy court battles to collect insurance payments without having to dispense the needed funds when a policy is activated. The accounts being unpaid led to more trouble than simply missed bills, often these companies force individual’s to engage in long and drawn out court battles just to obtain what is rightfully theirs, a process that often leaves the plaintiff and victim forced to either walk away with nothing or accept a much smaller pay out to avoid spending untold more on legal expenses.
This is exactly the case for former Atlanta Hawks, a well-revered NBA sports team, Bruce Levenson and his partners. The group has been trying to win a lengthy court battle that stemmed from an incident involving the former coach for the NBA legends and some choice words he decided to share with the public. The incident led to the two parties going their separate ways and the coach being bought out on the remaining years of his contract.
Now after all parties involved have left the NBA for far greater endeavors, the owners are still involved in a battle to recoup their losses over an insurance that was improperly denied a claim. Read more about Bruce philanthropic work on PR Newswire.com.
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