People's Trust Insurance Company

Merlin Law Group has often questioned the representatives and adjusters of People’s Trust Insurance Company (“PTIC”) during depositions about what has transpired in our client’s insurance claims for damages, but it would be very interesting to see the processing of my client’s claims before Merlin Law Group was hired and understand what goes on behind closed doors.
Continue Reading Behind Closed Doors at People’s Trust Insurance Company

Over the past year , I have received numerous mailings from People’s Trust Insurance Company, like many other Florida policyholders.
Continue Reading People’s Trust Insurance Company Has Assertive Marketing Campaign Aimed to Attract Policyholders–But Is it Somewhat Deceiving to the Untrained Eye?

Homeowners are not happy with People’s Trust Insurance Company, but its advertising hasn’t stopped in the Tampa area. While many new policies in Broward, West Palm, and Miami were dropped just after policyholders locked in, others with this insurance company are sounding off about their bad claim experiences.

Continue Reading People’s Trust Claims Everybody Wins with its “Reinvented” Insurance, but Policyholders Disagree

Just before the start of the 2014 Hurricane Season, People’s Trust Insurance Company, an unorthodox company, is now pulling insurance away from thousands. Last year, the company was awarded the 2013 Governor’s Innovators in Business Award for being a company that has set a standard for entrepreneurship and creativity. But this year, People’s has turned its back on many homeowners, leaving them scrambling for insurance.

Continue Reading Does People’s Trust Recognize It Can’t Handle a Hurricane?

You don’t have to have a law degree or be an insurance guru to see through one of the recent arguments People’s Trust has been using when denying insurance claims. Buying insurance with People’s Trust is very different than the way insurance is purchased with other Florida carriers. The basic process is different because People’s Trust doesn’t require policyholders to fill out or sign an application for insurance but then argues that the homeowner lied on the “insurance application” and the coverage is void! When an insurance company alleges someone has lied on an application, the insurance company should be required to produce the form with that insured’s signature, but People’s Trust has had no written application to produce for these “verbal sales call” policies.

Continue Reading Another Outrageous Insurance Claim Denial by People’s Trust Insurance Company, Part II