Archive for the ‘Insurance Litigation’ Category

Inform your Insurer of Material Changes in Risk or You Could Lose Coverage

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On January 21, 2014, Mr. and Ms. Schellenberg suffered losses when a building on their property was damaged by a fire.

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Alternative Sources of Recovery on Denied Insurance Claims: When Insurance Brokerages Might be Liable

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When a party is denied on a claim by an insurer, a careful analysis of whether the denial is properly made is important.

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Insurance Law: Material Non-Disclosure Results in No Coverage

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It is not an usual story: an insurance applicant does not make full and frank disclosure in their insurance application.

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Insurance Deductibles: Without Proper Notice, They Aren’t Payable

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It is no secret that insurers are motivated to find ways to deny part or all of a claim.

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Pre-incorporated Companies and Privity of Contract

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Privty of contract is the notion that only parties to a contract may receive the benefits of or may be called upon to perform the obligations of a contract.

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