Month: November 2010

Public Insurance Adjuster Estimate Evaluated in Federal Court of Appeals Decision | Property Insurance Coverage Law Blog

Last month, I attended the First Party Claims Conference in Warwick, Rhode Island. Chip Merlin posted from the conference in Jay Feinman Interview at First Party Claims Conference. If you are not familiar with the FPCC, I highly recommend this annual conference to public adjusters nationwide. The conference is open to public, independent, and company …

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Double Recovery and Actual Cash Value Analyzed in Katrina Wind Flood Scenario | Property Insurance Coverage Law Blog

Policyholders with flood and all risk policies usually do not have as many problems collecting benefits following a hurricane where wind and flood damaged a structure. Those with only one policy are not so fortunate. When the combination of payments from both policies is less than the cost to repair or when delays in payments …

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