Insurance is big business. Even though insurance policies themselves are pretty complicated, the insurance business is pretty simple: Insurance companies take in as much money as they can as insurance premiums, pay out whatever they have to in claims, and keep whatever is leftover. Because of insurance companies’ temptations to ignore claimants’ rights, many laws govern how insurance companies must handle claims, such as Missouri’s “Unfair Claims Settlement Practices Act” (R.S.Mo. Sections 375.1000 to 375.1018.) For example, these laws forbid insurance companies from misrepresenting to claimants what’s covered under the policy, from denying claims without conducting a reasonable investigation, and from not acting in good faith. Robert Curran is the top insurance claims attorney in Springfield, MO, due to his long-standing history of protecting claimant’s rights.