Insurance Industry trying to convince States that they should be able to charge ” Hurricane Deductibles” to tropical storm Sandy

The terrific storm Sandy that devastated the Mid Atlantic and Northeast became a tropical storm by the time it made landfall, thereby allowing Delaware, New York, Rhode Island, New Jersey, Connecticut, Pennsylvania Maryland, and the District of Columbia to clarify to all, that there can be no hurricane deductibles for … [Continue reading]

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Is the Internet a Public Space? It is rapidly becoming that place the requires accessibility.

There is still no direct law requiring companies to have their web sites ADA complaint. This distinction between a physical public space and virtual public space is something that has about much chance as staying separate as segregation did. All people able bodied and disabled require the use of accessible … [Continue reading]

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Our Office Still filing Hurricane Wilma Claims

As the Insurance Companies delay claims investigations, and drag their feet, and send out endless request for irreverent information all in their attempts to wear down policy holders from receiving benefits, it has pushed back dates to file lawsuits. As a result as mentioned in earlier posts, we are still … [Continue reading]

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2nd Circuit Court of Appeals has further stated that when a policy is ambiguous, an insured reasonable interpretation of the policy is valid to constitute coverage!

The 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals has further stated that when a policy is ambiguous, an insured reasonable interpretation of the policy is valid to constitute coverage. In the New York case of Vam Check Cashing Corp v. Federal Ins, Co sued its insurance carrier because they would not cover … [Continue reading]

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No hurricane deductibles for damage caused by the storm Sandy for NY, NJ and Conn.

The latest states to suspend the ability of Insurance Companies to charge policy holders a deductible for Hurricane Sandy. Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo stated yesterday that,” Homeowners should not have to pay hurricane deductibles for damage caused by the storm, and insurers should understand the Department of Financial Services will be monitoring how claims are handled.” Connecticut’s Department of … [Continue reading]

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