Disability insurance provides income or financial assistance to disabled or incapacitated policyholders – employees and business owners – who are unable to work. Depending on the policy’s terms, your health condition, and other factors, your insurer may offer you a lump-sum payment to buy out your remaining future disability benefits.
If you have an insurance policy, you have to pay your insurance premiums each month. Having insurance is intended to put your mind at ease in the event of an accident. That is why people have a reasonable expectation that their insurance provider will compensate them.
Many employees in Arizona and across the United States are unclear about their rights under ERISA, which stands for the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974. ERISA is a broad federal law that established a set of standards for health, welfare, long-term disability, pension, and other kinds of insurance plans.
When an unexpected event or disaster happens, funds from your insurance policy can help cover your costs. If you have never filed an insurance claim before, you might be unsure about what to do first.
Fire incidents often result in significant damages or losses to individuals, families, homeowners, and businesses. The fire, smoke, corrosive substances, and burning residue from the fire can cause minor to severe injuries to victims and destroy your property and valuables.
Whether you choose to pay for a homeowners insurance policy on your own or because your lender requires that you have one, you count on it to pay up when you need it. That is, after all, what it is supposed to do.
Arizona insurance attorney Mark Arnett gives three steps to finding out if your COVID-19 business loss covered under by business property coverage insurance.
The independence of the judiciary is a central principle of a democracy. Judicial independence permits judges to make rulings based on legal principles instead of politics or public opinion.
Judges take an oath of office to follow and apply the law faithfully. In certain cases, judges find themselves in a dilemma–that of faithfully applying a law that conflicts with the judge’s own beliefs, principles, or sense of justice.