Month: November 2018

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Forest Designs Mission Solid Oak 3 Drawer Nightstand to Take into Account

Are you interested in buying nightstand with 3 drawers? Of course, you’ve got more than one choice to choose one from even from this one kind. However, if we have to suggest you with one, why wouldn’t you try considering Forest Designs Mission Solid Oak 3 Drawer Nightstand then? There are some reasons that make …

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What’s Next? Stop-Gap Flood Insurance Extension Set To Expire On November 30, 2021 | Property Insurance Coverage Law Blog

On November 30, 2021, the legislative authority that allows the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) to operate, will expire. The NFIP was originally set to expire on September 30, 2021. Since then NFIP has continued under a series of short-term extensions ever since; the current extension was authorized in July 2021. With the deadline fast …

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What Every Policyholder Has To Know About Their Hurricane Michael Loss | Property Insurance Coverage Law Blog

In the wake of Hurricane Michael, some policyholders are starting to see a response from their insurance companies for their home and business losses. The extent and the magnitude of the damages that Hurricane Michael caused has been captured by some media outlets but down played by others. Many of those dealing directly with the …

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Ambiguous Insurance Application Language Leads to Bad Faith Award | Property Insurance Coverage Law Blog

A Nebraska court recently ruled that an insured was entitled to bad faith damages after the court found that an insurance application was ambiguous in its language. In the case at hand, Eric Hayes (“Hayes”), the plaintiff and insured, owned a home in Nebraska. He used the detached garage of the home for his plumbing …

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State Supreme Court asked to Resolve Conflicting State Insurance Laws – T-Mobile USA v. Selective Insurance: Take Two | Property Insurance Coverage Law Blog

Earlier this month, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals asked the Washington State Supreme Court to resolve a conflict between two Washington state insurance law principles, namely, the conflict between (1) the rule that an insurance company is bound by representations made by its authorized agents, and (2) the rule that certificates of insurance cannot …

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Calculating Actual Cash Value, Part 32: Virgin Islands | Property Insurance Coverage Law Blog

Many Virgin Islands property owners have submitted claims to their property insurance carriers relating to claims from Hurricanes Irma and Maria. One issue that may arise during the adjustment of the claim is how the insurance carrier will calculate the “actual cash value” damages to the property. In the Virgin Islands, this issue has not …

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