Taking Charge: How To Write An Effective Bad Faith Demand Letter To Your Insurer

When you have upheld your end of the insurance contract and paid your monthly premiums on time, it’s only right that you would expect your insurer to uphold theirs. Insurance companies have the legal duty to assist you with a claim and pay out the correct amount of damages. Unfortunately, many insurers put profits before […]

What to Know About the Common Causes of Construction Lawsuits

Even a well-organized construction project can run into issues and problems. Because there are often many different parties involved, from owners to contractors and subcontractors, disputes often arise. Some of the most common causes of construction disputes are contract errors or omissions, contract non-compliance, and site issues. While some disputes may be resolved quickly and […]

Tips for Dealing with Subcontractors

Two building contractors shaking hands behind stacks of scaffolding material, in front of a newly completed residential building complex[/caption] With so many people and moving parts involved in a construction project, a single problem can derail an entire project. From construction companies to contractors and subcontractors, a number of different entities have an obligation to […]

The Eye-Opening Investigation Into Insurance Giant Aetna

It’s a story we’ve heard told over and over again, but still, it remains a seemingly consistent worry in the minds of the insured. All across the nation, upstanding and responsible individuals are paying their insurance premiums on time. They are working hard and making sure that they handle their financial obligations. Suddenly, tragedy strikes. […]

What You Should Know About Hurricanes and Your Insurance Policy

Hurricane season just started (June 1st) and residents all across the McAllen metro area and Greater  Rio Grande Valley should begin preparing for these potential storms. While the 2017 Atlantic hurricane season forecast has predicted a lower number of storms than historical averages, it is still always in the best interest of homeowners to take […]

Avoid a Pool Accident and Personal Injury Claim This Summer

Summer offers perfect weather for poolside entertainment. This is especially true here in the Greater McAllen metro area where temperatures can soar into the 100s. There’s nothing quite like spending a blazing afternoon cooling off in your very own pool or with friends at the local water park. But it is absolutely vital for parents […]

Bad Faith and Canceled Policies

Insurance companies have a number of tactics they use when they are attempting to act in bad faith. One of the most objectionable actions that an insurer can take is to cancel a policy after having received premium payments for years.The attorneys at Millin & Millin recognize such bad faith insurance tactics for what they […]

Avoid a Home Insurance Denial With These 8 Tips to Prepare Your Home For Spring Storms

April showers bring May flowers…and sometimes a little more than that. Springtime in Texas can change from beautiful breezes one moment to torrential rainfalls the next. For deep South Texas and the McAllen metro area, hail has proven itself to be a devastating natural disaster. From thunderstorms to hailstorms and more, Texas has seen record […]

Large-Loss Claim Denial and What You Should Do Prevent It

A devastating property loss can be an overwhelming experience, leaving you confused, and unsure of what steps to take next. Unfortunately, there are numerous occasions in which large-loss claims are denied, either at home or at a business, and oftentimes these are done in “bad faith.” Your bad faith insurance attorneys at Millin & Millin […]

What You Should Know About Life Insurance Contestability Period

The death of loved one can have a profound affect on our lives. Losing a close relation is difficult enough, but sometimes insurers can make the recovery process much more challenging by not paying out on a life insurance policy. In Texas, and throughout the United States, life insurance companies generally have 2-year window known […]