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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The Florida Supreme Court has ruled that policyholders have coverage for the whole property insurance claim even when there are multiple concurrent losse

The Florida Supreme Court has spoken. My office has argued this doctrine before, the Concurrent Cause Doctrine, and now with  Sego v. American Home Assurance Company, the Florida Supreme Court has made it the law of the land in Florida and insurance companies will no longer be abe to hide under dubious multiple … [Continue reading]

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Another State Sues State Farm for Fraud!

Mississippi is suing State Farm Insurance for millions of dollars  the state lost because the insurance company “maliciously” denied Hurricane Katrina claims for wind losses while the federally funded Homeowners Assistance Program (HAP) picked up the tab. Your ” Good Neighbor”,  State Farm Insurance,  in effect converted a program designed to help Mississippians … [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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Bad Faith and changed engineer’s reports?

Hurricane Sandy and more fraud on the policyholder exposed. Delay a claim, insurance company profits, delay a claim and the  insurance company lawyers’ profit. See the Story Here: Engineering an engineer’s report to fraudulently alter an expert’s report to deny a valid claim and that then allowed Legal defense firm to profit … [Continue reading]

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