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Forbes

Forbes magazine press article on technology executive, author and founder Dan Karr
"Carfax for insurance.”

Giovanni Rodriguez

2015-10-27T13:45:33+00:00

Giovanni Rodriguez

“Carfax for insurance.”

San Jose Mercury News Review

San Jose Mercury NewsThe Comparison Report “rated my company against (ValChoice's) three best auto insurers in California. They looked so much better, I almost called them immediately for quotes.”

Joe Rodriguez, San Jose Mercury News

2016-03-20T13:40:25+00:00

Joe Rodriguez, San Jose Mercury News

The Comparison Report “rated my company against (ValChoice’s) three best auto insurers in California. They looked so much better, I almost called them immediately for quotes.”

San Jose Mercury News

San Jose Mercury News“Increasingly, insurance companies delay paying claims, deny valid claims in whole or part, and force policyholders and accident victims to sue to get the benefits they are entitled to -- the strategy known as 'delay, deny, defend.”

Jay Feinman, Rutgers University

2015-10-27T14:06:11+00:00

Jay Feinman, Rutgers University

“Increasingly, insurance companies delay paying claims, deny valid claims in whole or part, and force policyholders and accident victims to sue to get the benefits they are entitled to — the strategy known as ‘delay, deny, defend.”
 

 

HuffingtonPostLogoFather’s Day in Intensive Care Changing a Trillion $$ Industry

Dan Karr

After being hit by a car, I was admitted into the Intensive Care Unit (ICU). The following Sunday was Father’s Day. I didn’t see my three children that year because infants and toddlers are not allowed into the ICU.

After the accident I had a singular focus, recovering. The physical recovery was a long one, involving years of physical therapy. The financial recovery was just as hard, because insurance companies wouldn’t pay nearly $100,000 in medical bills...

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