Vermont Supreme Court rejects negligence as a cause of action against a carrier in connection with the inspection and handling of a first-party property insurance claim.

Its all about a contract, and your trust in the services you have “bought” when you have an insurance claim.  The Vermont Supreme Courts added to the body of law around the country that had found, that an insured cannot sue an insurance company when they provide lousy ( fill in … [Continue reading]

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National Flood Insurance Program (“NFIP”)

In a recent Hurricane Sandy Case out of New Jersey, an insured tried to bring state law claims against an Insurance Company that had written a Flood Policy under the National Flood Insurance Program (“NFIP”), a Federal Creation. The court held that all the state law claims arising from denials of claims … [Continue reading]

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