Many people think that only elderly people are at risk for slipping and falling. The reality is that anyone can slip and fall at any time. Slip and fall accidents often catch people off guard. It could be a loose grape in the produce aisle, standing rainwater in front of […]Read More
My Property Insurance Claim Has Been Denied: What Can I Do?
New 3rd DCA Opinion – Order Compelling Arbitration Reversed
Order Reversed Due To Untimely Demand By Insurer This one is short but sweet! In this opinion, the policy of insurance contained a provision that required “[t]he request for arbitration must be filed within one (1) year of the date of loss or damage” but also that “[a]ny controversy or […]Read More
Failing to Maintain Property Could Lead to Property Insurance Claim Denials
Homes need to be properly maintained and cared for. The maintenance of your property is typically required of you in the insurance contract. What Happens if There is a Failure to Maintain the Property? One of the first things that an adjuster will look at in investigating a claim is […]Read More
New 4th DCA Opinion on CRN Sufficiency
Dismissal Order in Bad Faith Case Reversed Following a water loss causing extensive water damage to the floors, walls, baseboards, and other building components from a failed shower pan in the master bathroom, Yuval Lugassy and Susan Lugassy (“the Homeowners”) submitted a claim to United Property and Casualty Insurance Company […]Read More