Bad Faith: more than a low estimate!

Bad Faith: more than a low estimate is needed according to the the Seventh Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals Relying on your Insurance Company to get your damage estimate correct is always a problem and according to  the Seventh Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals it isn’t bad faith just because … [Continue reading]

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Power to the People| Litigation Funding

Litigation funding for Property Insurance Claims [Continue reading]

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Cyber Insurance

When responding to cyberattacks, commercial policyholders should carefully review all potentially applicable insurance policies and not overlook in place overages. As covered currently at the insurancejusticelawyer.com a recent federal decision in a case involving an insurance dispute National Ink & Stitch, LLC v. State Auto Property & Casualty Insurance Company, … [Continue reading]

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In Massachusetts, the statute of repose does not apply if the plaintiff’s claim is rooted in the failure to maintain an improvement

Individual states have different laws involving negligent design or construction of the improvement. Unlike and an Insurance claim that arises out of a covered cause or event. See the Post By Gus Sara [ in The Subrogation Strategist) We always provide a 100% free review of your claim, If we … [Continue reading]

Filed Under: Statute of Repose

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