Don’t Wait five years to report a Claim ( 1500 Coral Towers Condominium looses summary judgment in favor of Citizens Property Insurance)

3rd DCA confirms Summary Judgement against Condominium because they failed to notify insurance company in a timely manner.  In this case, five was considered too long.

1500 Coral Towers Condo v Citizens Property Insurance Corp

“The record fails to show any evidence or issue of fact presented by Coral
Towers sufficient to overcome the presumption of prejudice resulting from its late
notice to the insurer. The closest Coral Towers comes is a conclusory statement by
one of its engineers that, in his opinion, the late notice did not prejudice Citizens.
This is not the legally sufficient evidence required to overcome the presumption of
prejudice. We affirm the trial court’s grant of summary judgment in favor of
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