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 causation scenarios.

“We conclude that when independent perils converge and no single cause can be considered the sole or proximate cause, it is appropriate to apply the concurring cause doctrine,” Justice James E.C. Perry wrote in the majority decision.

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Insurance claims are a legal process and one should never file an insurance claim without a lawyer on your side.

Fighting for Insurance Justice™ is no easy matter, we take it one case at a time, and fight to get policyholders respect.

We have vast experience in dealing with insurance companies.  We always provide a 100% free review of your claim, If we don’t recover for you, we work for free, no recovery, no fee, it’s that simple.

If you are seeking legal representation from an insurance claims lawyer please contact our office to schedule a free and confidential appointment. Call us at 855-500-Claims or 786-431-1333 

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