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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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File a insurance claim in these states ( Watch out)

USA TODAY ran an article,”7 worst states for filing homeowners’ claims,” From their article, you can expect the following rate hike for using a product you have already paid for. 7. Illinois • Premium hike after one claim: 17.7% • Premium hike after two claims: 32% 6. Utah • Premium … [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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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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Alabama Supreme Court’s decides Owners Ins. Co. v. Jim Carr Homebuilder, LLC

Alabama Supreme Court’s held in Owners Ins. Co. v. Jim Carr Homebuilder, LLC, that damage due to faulty work can constitute a covered “occurrence” under a CGL policy. (Commercial General Liability). See the story here Quoting from the linked article above, the Alabama Supreme Court’s held “ if the CGL policy provides coverage for bodily … [Continue reading]

Filed Under: Insurance Claims, Insurance Issue from around the County, Insurance Justice™

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