Today’s blog post from the Merlin Law Group is based on this premise (click the link to read the blog post):

Nobody Should Be Expected To Read Every Insurance Contract They Purchase

The author, Chip Merlin, JD, cites a blog post of mine in the article:

Duty (and Opportunity) to Read an Insurance Policy

So, who has an obligation to read insurance contracts? Agents? Underwriters? Adjusters? Consumers? Let’s find out what YOU think. I created a poll with only five Yes/No questions…you will not have to answer more than 2-3 of them and it only takes seconds. The poll is limited to 100 responders, so if you have an opinion, click the following link now:

Poll: Duty to Read Insurance Policies

I’ll report the results as soon as I get 100 responses.

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