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From Good Hands to Boxing Gloves

The Dark Side of Insurance

David J. Berardinelli
From Good Hands to Boxing Gloves
From Good Hands to Boxing Gloves

From Good Hands to Boxing Gloves

The Dark Side of Insurance

David J. Berardinelli
$29.95

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It's the story the insurance industry doesn't want you to know. It helps members of the public, including doctors, understand why the insurance industry goes through waves of claim denials and “low ball” settlement offers.  Now, for the first time, the story covered in the legal edition of From Good Hands to Boxing Gloves is available to doctors and their patients.

Many doctors wonder why personal injury claims are handled the way they are, with auto insurers providing “low ball” settlement offers on legitimate claims.  It is a practice that spread from State Farm to Allstate, throughout the auto insurance industry, and now is resulting in new battles between GEICO and State Farm. This book includes why this occurs, and how it occurs.

Find out for yourself why insurance companies are improperly denying and delaying claims, then defending their behavior at trial. The book takes you from the ideas arising from McKinsey & Co. - the masterminds behind the Enron business model and the marketing of Opioids through their impact on the insurance industry, and the resulting claim denials in everything from minor auto accidents to natural disaster claims. Author David Berardinelli is the trial lawyer who diligently worked to become the first to obtain “The McKinsey Documents” unprotected. In this book, he discusses how these documents teach insurers to profit by denying or delaying claim payments.

Learn how Allstate changed from dealing with policyholders with "Good Hands" to "Boxing Gloves." Discover how this has led to the highest profits in insurance company history during years with our country's largest natural disasters.

This book is now used as a standard text in law schools to teach students how insurance companies improperly deny claims.