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Timothy Meenan speaking at event.

Tim Meenan Featured in Article on Industry Conference

Tim Meenan talks about next week’s Extended Warranty & Service Contract Innovations conference taking place next week in Nashville.  Tim is chairman of the conference, though he says, “I’d like to take credit, but in reality, when you look at the caliber of who is speaking, that’s really what speaks more volume

Nashville Skyline

Tim Meenan to Serve as Chairman of Service Contract Summit

Tim Meenan will Chair the proceedings and be one of the featured speakers at the 7th Annual Extended Warranty and Service Contract Innovations Summit held September 28-30 in beautiful downtown Nashville. Tim will discuss new developments at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau as well as recent state legislation covering service

Kevin McCarty

Kevin McCarty Reflects on Job

The attorneys and staff of Meenan PA thank Commissioner McCarty for his service to the people of Florida and wish him luck in his future endeavors.  The News Service of Florida had five questions for McCarty in the article below:   Florida’s Outgoing Insurance Commissioner Reflects On Job By Jim

Automotive News

Tim Meenan quoted in Automotive News Article

Hannah Lutz published and article in Automotive News entitled Another Reason to Pitch the Value of Service Contracts.   Lutz cites a recent survey conducted by AutoMD which found 74% of respondents said the cost of replacement parts would effect their vehicle purchase decisions. The article quotes Tim Meenan who suggest dealers

Man and woman shopping for washing machine.

Tim Meenan Quoted in Kiplinger’s Personal Finance Article

Kiplinger just published an article entitled “7 Things You Must Know About Warranties on Appliances: Should you pay for extended protection on your home appliances?”   Yikes! Your new stove is electronic. You could play the odds You may already be covered. Ask who does the work. Check out the upstarts.

ATV Service Contracts: Motor Vehicles or Consumer Goods?

Is an all-terrain vehicle (“ATV”) a motor vehicle?  In the most literal sense the answer is “yes,” but in the context of ATV service contracts the best answer is “it depends.” In some states the term “motor vehicle” is defined to expressly include ATVs (e.g., California and Colorado).  Other states take