Do Insurance Companies Treat Their Policyholders Fairly?

This video features Richard Richardson, a Civil Rights attorney based in California.

Oakland Attorney Says Companies Take Advantage of Middle, Lower, Working Classes

Video Transcript:

Do insurance companies treat everyone equally when dealing with claims? We ask California attorney Richard Richardson in this AskTheLawyers™ Quick Question.

Richard Richardson:

Well they treat all people equally at the beginning when they take your money for premiums, but thereafter, there may be a few complications that could vary the treatment. There are different areas where you may have the ability to hire attorneys and pressure an insurance carrier to pay out your claim, but if you live in a middle-class, working middle class, or lower class community, it may be harder for you to hire attorneys to tell you your rights, and to get insurance carriers to completely compensate you in accordance with your policy.

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