Month: April 2013

Florida Legislature Again Poised to Vote on Anti-Consumer Legislation | Property Insurance Coverage Law Blog

On April 15th in Tallahassee, Policyholders of Florida, FAIR, and Good Foundation Florida held a joint press conference with Representative Mike Fasano regarding two anti-consumer bills up for consideration in the state legislature. Despite the fact that our state has been spared from major hurricane damage the last seven years, Florida’s property insurance rates keep rising. …

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State Farm Guilty of Defamation | Property Insurance Coverage Law Blog

The Indiana Court of Appeals affirmed a $14.5 million dollar defamation verdict against State Farm in State Farm Fire & Casualty Company v. Radcliff.1 State Farm was found guilty of defaming a roofing contractor following hail storms in Indiana in 2006. Roofers, restoration construction contractors, State Farm policyholders, and consumer advocates should study this case because it …

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Are Damages Caused By Blasting or Other Man-Made Earth Movement Covered Under Your Insurance Policy? | Property Insurance Coverage Law Blog

Insurance policies often include an exclusionary provision dealing with damages caused by Earth Movement. But does the exclusionary provision include natural and man-made earth movement, or just natural earth movement? According to FC&S, it depends on jurisdiction.1 The majority view is damage caused by natural earth movement is excluded, but damage caused by earth movement resulting …

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Stunning Exploration Game Manifold Garden is Out this Week

October 16, 2019 5:36 PM EST Manifold Garden is a beautiful first-person exploration game with trippy visuals and mind-bending puzzles to solve. Manifold Garden is a first-person exploration game that has been in development for seven years. Throughout the long creation process, developer William Chyr has kept the community completely in the process by working …

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Hideo Kojima Discusses Death Stranding’s “Like” System

September 16, 2019 4:45 PM EST In a new interview, Hideo Kojima discusses Death Stranding’s “like” system and the meaning behind it. In a new interview with Game Informer, Hideo Kojima explains the “like” system in Death Stranding. “I had a big argument with the staff, actually,” says Kojima. “In a game, you get more …

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