In 1985, I went to work for an attorney who had just left a defense firm. He opened a solo office, started doing personal injury work, but his real love was insurance law – FOR THE PEOPLE. And that’s the type of law I was involved in for 20 years – on the Plaintiff’s side.
As I look back, I see how fortunate I was to learn a new area of the law; not just the insurance first-party property type, but the bad faith aspect of it as well. That part amazed me and it still does. If it did not, I would never have discovered SLABBED.
Anyway, learning that an insurance company could get punished for not “playing fairly” Continue reading “Shirley gives Sop, Bam Bam and Nowdy the night off!”