Articles (Insurance Related)

Insurance policies can be complex for attorneys, how much more for educational or medical facilities, religious institutes, home, or business owners. We do not promote to be experts on policy issues although we have provided the following articles for thought provoking purposes only.

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* New York Add Regulations That could Benefit Both Carriers and Insureds

* Broker’s Liaibility for Negligence in Failing to Procure Adequate Insurance Coverage is Limited

* Federal Court Ruling On Florida Statute Of Limitations

* Policyholders Will Have Their Day In Court Since Florida Court of Appeals Overturns Trial Court’s Ruling In “Late Notice” Hurricane Wilma Case

* Not All Homeowners’ Policies Are Alike

* Sprinkler System Safety Alert

* Policyholders Need to be Aware of the Potential Finality of Claim Payments

* 2011 – Insurers Take Another Hit

* Massachusetts Department of Public Safety: Vinyl Siding Advisory

* Homeowner Oil Heating System Upgrade And Insurance Law

* Extreme Weather Affects Indoor Air Quality

* What is the Insurance Industry Afraid of?

* Ambiguities in Insurance Policies are Interpreted in Favor of the Policyholder

* Excluded Peril May Be Covered If Caused By a Covered Peril

* Hurricane Damage Other Than Wind and Water?

* Nicolau reaffirmed the long-established idea that insurance companies cannot expect their experts’ reports alone to shield them from bad faith liability

* CA Insurance Commissioner Candidate Padilla Calls For Investigation And Charges

* ACV vs. Replacement Cost Policies

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