New 4th DCA Opinion: Providing Late Notice of Right to Mediation Contravenes the Purpose of the Statute But Early Notice May Not

May 10, 2023 | Category Articles, Insurance Claims, Legal Analysis | By

A recently issued Opinion from the Fourth District Court of Appeal reviews whether providing notice of the right to mediation prior to a dispute waives the right to appraisal. In Grnja v. People’s Trust Insurance Company, after the insureds submitted their claim for damage sustained Dec 2021, People’s Trust (PTI) […]

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STRUBLE, P.A. Keeps The Faith đź’«

Apr 18, 2023 | Category Articles | By

On April 13, 2023, The Eleventh Circuit affirmed our client’s position that an insurance company cannot deny a claim based on an exclusion it never included in the insurance policy that it issued to its insured. Eleventh Circuit Court Judge Newsom started the opinion, which you can find here, by saying, “This is an insurance case. […]

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Florida Condo Damages: Know Your Rights

Mar 31, 2023 | Category Insurance Claims | By

Owning a condominium is different from owning a single-family residence. A condominium owner will typically own the “inside” of their given unit. The condominium’s homeowners association (HOA), by contrast, generally bears responsibility for “common areas.” These areas can include hallways between the condo units, the lawn/grass areas outside of the […]

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Florida Property Loss FAQs

Mar 17, 2023 | Category Insurance Claims | By

It is common for an individual not to know how to proceed after they have suffered property damage due to a weather event or another party’s negligence. While the situation can seem overwhelming, it is important that you take immediate steps to protect your rights because you have a limited […]

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