The answer is ” NO”.
In truth it doesn’t care about its own employees. Why do you think they’ll care for you?
Ask anyone who works for a big insurance company if they truly believe the company (and by that I mean the company big-shots) really cares about them — the hard-working folks doing their best to make a good, decent living in a tough business.
You see it every day. Lay-offs, terminations, and pay-freezes. These good folks are used and abused— like you’ll be. And, unlike you, they are on the same team as those who’ll take advantage of you.
Even the decent claims adjusters have been micro-managed to death. The company does not trust them any more, so it forces them to jump through a million and one hoops just to get authority to settle cases. It saddles them with more claims they can possibly handle; each one is doing the work 2 used to do.
These people, who used to love coming to work, and earning a fair wage no longer can stand the insurance companies and count the days, weeks and hours they’ll have to show up for work. They are prisoners within the confines of some insurance edifice where saving the dollar is all that matters, so that the few at the very top can enjoy the spoils.
And don’t you think for a minute the big shots aren’t taking millions in bonuses at year end.
If they don’t care about their very own people, why on earth do you think they’ll care about you or your family?
You’re ok with them when they want your business, and are paying your insurance premiums every year, but once you need to make an injury claim they head for the hills.
This is a theme– a reality– I talk about from time to time on my personal injury website and blog because it gets to the heart of the matter.
Now, don’t get me wrong: I’m a free-enterprise capitalist. But some businesses by their very nature pit corporate America verses the average citizen, and insurance is one of them. It has the right to collect premiums; injury victims have the right to purse personal injury claims– and need to.
Injury victims are considered adversaries by insurance companies, and mere numbers. The goal is to deny your injury claim; and if they can’t do that, they’ll delay your injury claim; and if they can’t do that, they’ll try to diminish your injury claim.
In the meantime they hold the money and invest it for themselves ( possession is 9/10ths of the law).
The deck is stacked against regular folks in this business, so if you or someone you care about has suffered a personal injury, make sure you hire a lawyer who can level the playing field & someone who cares.
I’d be honored to help you or your family.
NH injury lawyer