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Bad Faith: Judge Orders Insurer To Pay $900,000 For Denying $15,000 Stolen Car Claim
Friday, October 16th 2020
Calling its employees' conduct "flagrant, deceitful and outrageous," a Lehigh County judge on Thursday levied $900,000 in punitive damages against an insurance company that denied an Allentown couple's stolen car claim in 2016.
The Tough Question For Insurers Withdrawing Coverage From Coal
Subrogating For Change: How Wildfire Subrogation Is Helping Protect The Public At Large
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How COVID Alters Claims Patterns
Thursday, October 15th 2020
Claims trends and risk exposures are likely to evolve in both the mid- and long-term as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Insurer Suggests Some Viruses Can Knock Down Buildings, Just Not Covid
Florida Court Upholds Coverage For Doctor Office's COVID-19 Business Interruption Claim
Wednesday, October 14th 2020
In another win for policyholders, the United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida on September 24, 2020 denied Sentinel Insurance Company's motion to dismiss the policyholder doctor office's claim for COVID-19 related business interruption coverage.
Louisiana Residents Hit Twice Learn Hard Lessons On Insurance Coverage
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2020 A Record Hurricane Season, But Not For Losses
Tuesday, October 13th 2020
When Hurricane Delta smashed ashore along the Louisiana coast at 6 p.m. Friday, it became the 10th tropical storm to make landfall in the United States in 2020, breaking a record that had survived more than a century.
Insurers Face Mounting Litigation For Denied Business Interruption Claims
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COVID-19 Business Interruption Claims Are Moving Forward In Court
Monday, October 12th 2020
As the novel coronavirus continues to impact business operations well into its ninth month, the question of whether companies will receive coverage via business interruption policies remains in the hot seat.
Louisiana Officials Survey Hurricane's Devastation In Lake Charles
Train Derails In Georgia After Hurricane Delta-Related Storms Wash Out Tracks
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