Florida’s 4th DCA Court Upholds the Sworn Proof of Loss Requirement

Florida’s Fourth District Court of Appeals, Upholds Sworn Proof of Loss Requirement . A sworn proof of loss is a condition precedent to filing suit against an insurer, and an insurer need not show prejudice when an insured breaches a condition precedent to suit. In the  Rodrigo v. State Farm Florida Ins. … [Continue reading]

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Is Citizens Property Insurance Corporation immune to Bad Faith Claims? Read Further

Is Citizens Property Insurance Corporation immune to Bad Faith Claims? If you sat at my desk over the last several years, and saw how Citizens underpaid thousands of hurricane claims, and ruined thousands of peoples lives, you’d  say, the need to be sued for bad faith. One story of Insurance … [Continue reading]

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Insured is not required to show that its insurer breached a policy before it can bring a claim for bad faith.

The law in Florida to bring a Bad Faith claim against an insurance company has been the Florida Supreme Court precedent that provided that a bad faith claim was only ripe when there had been a “determination of liability.” The determination of liability has been broadened by a recent case … [Continue reading]

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Judge says Nationwide Insurance was willing to risk Policyholders lives to save itself money on a collision claim

Nationwide Insurance, well the’re, on their own side, and they would rather have policyholders die though unsafe repairs then pay what is owed.  The’re not on “your side” Judge Sprecher awarded $18 million in punitive damages and fees of $3 million to Sheryl Berg.  The judge determined that Nationwide Insurance had adopted a policy … [Continue reading]

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Florida Hurricane Catastrophe Surcharge to finally end!

No major storm to hit Florida in over 3000 days and with the catastrophe fund, better known as the CAT fund with over $13 billion dollars, the extra surcharge is going to be phased out. See article here: We always provide a 100% free review of your claim, and if you choose to … [Continue reading]

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