Case Highlights How Writing and Interpreting Policies Can Be Challenging in Today’s Technological...
In the recent case of Rainforest Chocolate, LLC v. Sentinel Insurance Company, Ltd.,1 the Supreme Court of Vermont found coverage for Rainforest where Sent
Insurance Agent Versus Experienced Policyholder Attorney Viewpoints About Insurance Coverage Denials
Ed Eshoo works out of Merlin Law Group’s Chicago office and is one of the best property insurance policyholder coverage attorneys you could find. I do not
Subsequent Claims for Items Not Considered by Appraisal Panel
Appraisal provisions in property insurance policies are intended to provide an alternative dispute resolution process for resolving property insurance clai
Even If You Don’t Live in a Flood Prone Area, You May Want a Flood Risk Policy in Place
In July, 2016, what has been called a 200-to-500 year thunderstorm dropped between five and seven inches of rain in a two-hour period in Princeton, New Jer
Insurance Company’s Long Duration of Negotiations and Stalling Tactics Supports Plaintiff’s Claim...
Illinois’ solution to an insurance company’s delay, deny and defend tactics is section 155 of the Illinois Insurance Code, which provides an extra-contract
Flood Insurance for Commercial Properties
After every major flood event, I am contacted by at least one business owner and/or condominium owner who suffered flood damage, filed their claim with the