PG&E may be responsible for the death of 85 people that were killed in a fire caused by a sparking transmission line. Documentation obtained under the Freedom of Information Act proves that PG&E chose not to replace 49 electrical line towers that the company knew were faulty.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is responsible for approving medication. When medication is approved, it's for a specific therapeutic benefit. For example, medication can be approved to treat high blood pressure, seizures, or depression. Some medicines are approved for one thing but later found to be beneficial in some other aspect. This is what's known as off-label use. According to WebMD, the practice is quite common. However, it's not without its risks.
Insurance claims are denied for all types of reasons, from a peril not being covered or owner negligence. While in some cases the denial is justified, in others it's based on an error or misunderstanding of your policy. That's why it's important for you to address all denied claims in the appropriate manner, as explained by Money Crashers.