ACI Sends Letter to Capitol Hill Calling for Relief for Small Business Broadcasters

Dear Speaker Pelosi, Leader McConnell, Leader McCarthy, and Leader Schumer: We appreciate the efforts invested in addressing the ongoing challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic and stand ready to support efforts by Congress and the administration to coordinate an effective response to the pandemic. As policymakers consider measures to control the spread of COVID-19 and ameliorate […]

NFIP Is the Anti-Robin Hood of Disaster Relief

Floods are America’s most common natural disaster, causing millions of dollars of damage each year. To protect consumers, FEMA’s National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) provides coverage for over 5 million policyholders. But analysis of recently released FEMA data shows that the taxpayer-funded program first and foremost bails out wealthy homeowners. Given that the program is […]

Economic Standard: The Reality of Obamacare and Consumer Sovereignty

Earlier this year, the Supreme Court decided that they will hear the most recent challenge to the Affordable Care Act (ACA). The challenge, now referred to as California v. Texas, calls on the Supreme Court to repeal the ACA. Yet, simply repealing the ACA through isn’t enough, it needs to be updated or replaced. While […]

Lobbyist Greed and Political Pork are Infecting the Next Coronavirus Stimulus Package

The White House and both sides of the aisle in Congress are rushing to put together a stimulus package to limit the economic impact of the Coronavirus pandemic. While the full extent of the economic fallout from the coronavirus crisis is yet to be determined, the global economy is facing dramatic turbulence. 72% of Americans […]

Legal Theatrics and Florida’s Bad Faith Laws

Legal Theatrics and Florida’s Bad Faith Laws Florida’s “Bad Faith” laws applying to Insurance companies have created a shameful mockery of justice. Bad Faith laws were originally intended to make legal representation available to people with limited funds. There are two kinds of bad faith claims. Insured people may have a first-party bad faith claim […]

U.S. Postal Service Kicks Off 2020 with More Fiscal Chaos While Dodging Meaningful Reforms

Every quarter the United States Postal Service releases their financial statement, and every quarter it reveals grim losses that climb well into the hundreds of millions. For the first quarter of fiscal year 2020, the USPS has managed to hemorrhage $748 million in losses, an ominous sign as they limp into the new decade. The […]

Bad Faith Lawsuit Mess

Routine automobile crashes and insurance settlements are the normal business of insurance companies. Seldom is a courtroom or attorney needed, and usually the case is settled within the policy limits of the insured’s policy. In rare circumstances, however, there may be a dispute between an insured and his insurer. The insured may contend that his […]

How Florida’s Auto-Claim Settlements Become Lavish

Following an accident that results in minor bodily injury or property damage, it is customary for parties to exchange insurance information, notify their insurers, and fix the damages. This trusts that both insurers are working toward an amicable settlement, allowing the parties to resume their lives. Automobile insurance is intended to make that process efficient […]

Chipped, Cracked or Shattered…

Whatever makes your windshield a hazard needs your attention. Many jurisdictions regard a broken window as a hazard that will earn you a summons for driving an unsafe vehicle. Glass damage does not repair itself, so the sooner you work with your insurer or an ethical auto glass contractor, the better. Your insurer will help […]