The Chicago Tribune Cites Good Hands to Boxing Gloves in Article on Allstate
Posted by Alex Miller on May 03, 2006
“Allstate Corp., fresh from fending off criticism about its response to policyholders affected by Hurricane Katrina, faces another potential storm, this one from an author [David J. Berardinelli] who claims the insurer is forcing policyholders to accept prompt but lower payouts or risk time-consuming and expensive litigation...The book [tells how and why] the nation´s second-largest home and auto insurer treats some policyholders with ‘boxing gloves’ during their time of financial and personal duress, rather than the reassuringly familiar “good hands” highlighted in its advertising.”
Click here to learn more about the legal text From Good Hands to Boxing Gloves: How Allstate Changed Casualty Insurance in America. The book, primarily written by David Berardinelli, contains an introduction by Eugene Anderson, three chapters by Dr. Michael Freeman, and is edited by Aaron DeShaw.