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In a recent decision, a federal court found a LEG3 clause in a builders risk policy was egregiously ambiguous and ruled in favor of coverage.
Insurance Recovery attorney, Linda Klamm, who lost her home in the 1991 Oakland Firestorm, provides information in the hopes of helping those who are now faced with questions about how to proceed after the loss of their homes.
An Ohio court holds that an insurance policy could be interpreted to mean that the restaurants 'lost' their property when state governments ordered they could not be used as dine-in facilities, thus finding coverage for the restaurants.
As each day that passes while COVID-19 spreads throughout the country, more businesses are closing their doors to protect their employees, customers, vendors, and other people with whom they come into contact. And many of them are wondering whether there is coverage for their business losses during this time.
California Appellate Court Reverses Trial Court and Confirms Insurer's Duty to Defend Additional-Insured General Contractor, Despite Seemingly Broad Exclusion
White Paper on Preparing For & Surviving The Class Action Tsunami Aimed At The Senior Housing & Care Industry
California Adopts Long-Pending Modifications to Prop. 65 "Clear and Reasonable" Warning Regulations