Insurance - Page 4

  • TENDER THE DEFENSE OF A LAWSUIT TO YOUR LIABILITY CARRIER

    … to reimburse the insured for the pre-tender legal fees the insured incurred. Although the court gives a lengthy analysis discussion on Florida’s Claim Administration Statute (Florida Statute s. 627.426) based on a very crafty argument by the insured, the bottom line is that the insurer was not liable to the insured for pre-tender litigation fees…

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  • Pileup Car Accidents

    … to insurance without first consulting with a lawyer, as you could end up inadvertently harming your case. Remember that a recorded statement is for their benefit, not yours. Given the complex nature of these type of auto accidents, it is important to at least discuss your options with a Dallas car accident attorney as early as possible. If you’d like…

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  • Car Insurance Law Requirements in Illinois

    … a consistent way to get to and from work. However, with freedom comes responsibility. Illinois requires you to purchase a minimum amount of auto insurance. If you are caught driving without it, you will be ticketed. Having auto insurance is also the smart choice. You could end up causing an accident while uninsured, and then you will be held personally…

    Jared Staver/ Chicago Personal Injury Lawyer- 13 readers -
  • How Does Medical Payment Insurance Work?

    … After being hurt in a car accident, you need help with the bills. Whether it is your health insurance, your auto policy, or the other driver’s coverage, you need someone’s insurance to step up and pay – particularly when these medical costs are someone else’s fault. When money is an immediate factor, Medical Payment Insurance (MedPay…

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  • BAD FAITH IN THE FIRST-PARTY INSURANCE CONTEXT

    … In a previous article I discussed bad faith when it comes to an insurance claim. Recently, in Barton v. Capitol Preferred Insurance Co., Inc., 41 Fla. L. Weekly D2736b (Fla. 5th DCA 2016), the court discussed bad faith in the first-party insurance context (i.e., a property / homeowners insurance policy). In this case, homeowners…

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  • MO Car Accident Frequently Asked Questions

    … are among the most frequently asked questions we hear from our clients. What should I do if the insurance company denies my claim? When dealing with insurance companies and their representatives, it is important to realize that they have a financial motive in disputing or denying your claim. Any statements you make admitting liability…

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  • Car Accidents While Riding Uber in Dallas TX

    …Injured in an accident while riding in (or driving) an Uber vehicle? Our Dallas attorneys can help you file a claim and recover the money you’re owed. Liability Issues With Uber Technology has improved everything involved with our everyday life, including advancements in how we experience our night life. Uber (which includes UberX, UberXL…

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  • Understanding Illinois Insurance Law

    … There are insurance companies all over the U.S. They are headquartered in various states and often represent people all over the country. But not every insurance company can behave the same in every state. In fact, insurer’s policies, rights, and duties can vary drastically in Illinois from what they are in California, New York, or any other…

    Jared Staver/ Chicago Personal Injury Lawyer- 22 readers -
  • ADDITIONAL INSURED OBLIGATIONS AND THE UNDERLYING LAWSUIT

    … must identify you as an additional insured for ongoing and completed operations. Even with this language, you want the subcontractor to provide you with their additional insured endorsement and, preferably, a primary and noncontributory endorsement. These additional insured obligations are important to any general contractor that has been sued…

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  • CONSTRUCTION DEFECT INDEMNITY OBLIGATIONS – COVERED VS. NON-COVERED CGL CLAIMS

    … (PDF, 195KB) Please contact David Adelstein at dma@kirwinnorris.com or (954) 759-0026 or (407) 740-6600 if you have questions or would like more information regarding CGL insurance. You can follow David Adelstein on Twitter @DavidAdelstein1 and Facebook at Florida Construction Legal Updates. This entry was posted in Insurance and tagged CGL, commercial general liability, construction defect by David Adelstein. Bookmark the permalink.…

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