Major Insurance Company Acts in Bad Faith, Settles in a Major Class-Action Lawsuit

A class-action lawsuit filed in 2012 has finally been settled with a big name in the insurance industry having to pay out those they have wronged. State Farm has gathered the attention of the public eye recently when they settled a class-action lawsuit for $250 million. It was claimed that the company tried to defraud […]

Homeowner Protection Against the Weather and Insurance Premiums

Insurance companies are struggling with financial burdens of their own and their attempts to level out their own issues look to fall heavily on the shoulders – and wallets – of policyholders. Significant increases in insurance premiums will be very costly to consumers and perhaps leave many without protection against destructive weather. Your McAllen lawyers […]

6 Mistakes That Can Absolutely Kill Your Storm Damage Claim

Just a few weeks ago, heavy rain and flooding forced families all across the Rio Grande Valley to evacuate their homes and save what they could. Communities all across the Rio Grande Valley were flooded, including neighborhoods in Weslaco, McAllen, Mission, and Edinburg. The water flooded thousands of homes and business with up to 3-feet […]

Business Interruption Insurance

The 2017 hurricane season was the most expensive in U.S. history, causing over $200 billion in damages. This was especially true of Harvey in Texas. As a business owner in the Rio Grande Valley, your business is much more susceptible to flooding, hurricane damages, and other weather-related damages. While commercial property insurance will help to […]

The Insurances You Need For This Hurricane Season

Texas had a rough 2017 hurricane season with Harvey causing major damage to southeast Texas and the Houston metro area. Unfortunately, forecasts from North Carolina State University and Colorado State University are predicting another above-average season for 2018. It’s important for residents living along the Gulf Coast and in the Rio Grande Valley to begin […]

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

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 act in good faith and complete the job they’ve agreed to do in a timely manner. Unfortunately, disputes happen […]

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. […]

Fighting the Good Fight: Gina Millin Joins Texas Civil Rights Project Board of Directors

Millin & Millin PLLC is pleased to announce that Gina Karam Millin has joined the Board of Directors of the Texas Civil Rights Project.  TCRP believes that legal advocacy and litigation are critical tools to protect and advance the civil rights of everyone in Texas, particularly our state’s most vulnerable populations, and to effect positive […]