Month: December 2018

Gators Win Peach Bowl but Alligatoring Loses Property Insurance Claim Battles | Property Insurance Coverage Law Blog

Gators Win Peach Bowl but Alligatoring Loses Property Insurance Claim Battles | Property Insurance Coverage Law Blog

My son, Chase, father, Bill, and I went to the Peach Bowl in Atlanta this past weekend to cheer on the mighty Florida Gators as they defeated the Michigan Wolverines. Afterwards, I was curious how alligators would fare in litigated property insurance cases and the results of my legal research were not so good for …

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Property Insurance Claims Procedures Should Be Transparent and Uncovered in Market Conduct Studies | Property Insurance Coverage Law Blog

Property Insurance Claims Procedures Should Be Transparent and Uncovered in Market Conduct Studies | Property Insurance Coverage Law Blog

Merlin The Moose is a client favorite at the Chicago SRC Insurance Agency Blog office. We won him at a charity auction last year. He also led me to some creative research uncovering a problem with market conduct studies and the transparency of property insurance claims procedures many insurers keep hidden from their customers and …

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Merry Christmas

Merry Christmas From SRC Insurance Agency Blog | Property Insurance Coverage Law Blog

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Insurance Company’s Long Duration of Negotiations and Stalling Tactics Supports Plaintiff’s Claim for “Bad Faith” | Property Insurance Coverage Law Blog

Illinois’ solution to an insurance company’s delay, deny and defend tactics is section 155 of the Illinois Insurance Code, which provides an extra-contractual remedy to policyholders whose insurer’s refusal to recognize liability and pay a claim under a policy is vexatious and unreasonable.1 Section 155 of the Code is intended to aid the insured and …

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