“I recommend United Policyholders to any community that has suffered a major disaster.”
“United Policyholders has worked tirelessly to serve our community and provide residents with necessary support and tools.”
After Hurricane Katrina decimated communities in his home state of Mississippi, concerned citizen Kevin Buckel was outraged to learn that the average insurance payout to the victims was only $15,000 - far below what people needed to repair, rebuild and recover. He looked around at the empty lots and lingering debris, teamed up with UP and worked for years to pressure lawmakers in his home state to more aggressively require insurers to treat claimants fairly. (See ...Read More
On August 22, 2018, United Policyholders asked the top brass at FEMA and the National Flood Insurance Program to give hurricane impacted residents until the end of this year to fully document their 2017 Harvey and Irma damage claims and collect all flood insurance benefits owed toward repairs and rebuilding. In a letter to FEMA Administrator Brock Long and NFIP Administrator David Maurstad, UP's Executive Director wrote... Read More
Liability insurance is considered such an essential protection in our society that anyone who drives is required by law to buy it in every state except New Hampshire. Renters and homeowners buy it. Businesses buy it. Why? Because accidents happen, people get hurt, property gets destroyed and the victims need compensation.
People and businesses in the United States pay insurance companies alot of money for liability coverage. Liability insurance consumers big and small deserve the protection they pay for. So when I was invited to be one of the Advisers to...Read More