On May 19, 2015, Governor Jay Nixon announced that Missouri had reached a $4.5 million settlement agreement with Aetna. The insurance company had failed to provide coverage for the diagnosis and treatment of autism in violation of a 2010 law mandating that insurance companies operating in Missouri provide such coverage.
Missouri Lawyers Weekly selected Matt Davis as one of 54 lawyers in Missouri that it honors for its annual “Up and Coming,” lawyer awards.
On June 19, 2013 a jury in the City of St. Louis returned a verdict for one of our clients in a claim for benefits under the uninsured motorist provision of a Safeco auto policy.
Tim Gallagher recently spoke at a Continuing Legal Education Seminar sharing his expertise with other area lawyers on Insurance Bad Faith.
Plaintiff Awarded $339,107 Judgment on a $220,000 Policy
If advertisers use your Instagram photos without your permission, are they committing a tort in Missouri?
When Instagram announced a new policy yesterday that seemed to allow advertisers to use people’s photos without their permission, many people asked “can they do that?” In Missouri, maybe not.
While their ads are filled with words like care, protection and trust, you have to wonder if the only thing that you can trust about insurance companies these days is that they only care about protecting their own money.
Last week we posted about David Freese’s Thanksgiving Day one car accident. That post was partially in response to Bill McClellan’s column about the accident. That column pointed out that when Freese’s vehicle swerved off the road it trespassed upon private property destroying a fence and striking 2 trees. Today the Post Dispatch concluded an interesting article on railroad…Read more
Recently, St. Louis Cardinal third baseman David Freese’s one car accident on Wild Horse Creek Road in West St. Louis County has been in the news. Freese wasn’t the first baseball player to have a one car accident on Wild Horse Creek Road.