Spoliation of Evidence

In this episode we talk again with Mike Thomas of Pennington, PA to discuss spoliation of evidence: what it is, and why it's important to know.

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Filed under: Legal

The Pennington Law Difference

In this episode we sit down with Mike Thomas of Pennington Law's Tallahassee office. We discuss Pennington Law and a bit about what makes them qualified to represent transportation companies and insurance companies.

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Filed under: Legal

Case Study: Bus Crash

I received a telephone call from a motorcoach company today and the owner advised that they had had a multi-bus collision over the weekend. He advised that he had already reported it to his insurance company and his insurance agent. He wanted to know what I would recommend doing after this accident.

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Filed under: Insurance, Operations

Report All Claims Within 24 Hours

The conditions of your automobile liability insurance policy state that you should report all claims in a timely manner. So, what does that mean? Should you report claims when you get all the information? Report them when you feel like it? No, you should report any claim the same day it occurs and no later than 24 hours from the time of the accident. Late reporting of claims is something that your insurance company tracks in their reporting system.

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Filed under: Insurance, Operations