Bad Faith: more than a low estimate is need according to the the Seventh Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals.

Relying on you 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 the variance to final estimate is large. In Indiana, bad faith requires a plaintiff to prove both that the … [Continue reading]

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New Cases in the Florida Sumpreme Court decedied: de la Fuente v. Florida Insurance Guaranty Ass’n

The Florida  Supreme Court has ruled that when Florida Insurance Guaranty Association (FIGA) takes over a covered claim, statutory definition of “covered claim” in effect when Insurer was adjudicated insolvent should govern any payments made on the claim, i.e. (1) the definition of “covered claim” in effect on the date that … [Continue reading]

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Hurricane Matthew Causes Billions in Damages

Hurricane Matthew is going to create a ton of insurance claims. See the story Below: http://abcnews.go.com/Business/billions-damage-losses-expected-north-carolina-hurricane-matthew/story?id=42857022 Need to File an Insurance claim? Insurance claims are legal matters period!  Never file an insurance claim without a lawyer on your side. Fighting for Insurance Justice™ is no easy matter, we take it one … [Continue reading]

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Court Rules Cannabis Inventory Covered By Commercial Property Insurance

In Green Earth Wellness Center, LLC (Green Earth) v. Atain Specialty Insurance Company (Atain), Civil Action No. 13-cv-03452-MSK-NYW (D. Colorado, February 17, 2016). The insurance company in this case tried to argue that insurance agreement was not allowed to cover cannabis inventory because it would be  would be tantamount to insuring … [Continue reading]

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Texas Supreme Court Strikes a Blow to Policyholder’s Rights

In the case linked below, the Texas high court put new restrictions on facts that can be discovered about how adjusters produce their property damage estimates, their constancy, and if the are dealing fairly. Since most adjusters are hired and paid for by the insurance companies, this limit of discovery can … [Continue reading]

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