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Insurance Coverage and Bad Faith

11th Circuit Reaffirms Insurers Can Still Prevail as a Matter of Law in Post-Harvey v. Geico Landscape

On June 1, 2021, the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed a summary judgment granted...

Insurance Coverage and Bad Faith

Eleventh Circuit Ruling Interpreting “Direct Physical Loss” is a Win for Insurers and Could Impact Coronavirus Business Interruption Claims

The Takeaway As coronavirus business interruption claims continue to be filed and make their way...

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Insurance Coverage and Bad Faith

3 Ways Insurance Companies Can Navigate the Surge of COVID-19 Business Interruption Claims

The global health emergency caused by COVID-19 has either disrupted or completely interrupted business operations...

Insurance Coverage and Bad Faith

Florida House Bill 301 Brings Good News for Insurance Companies

For insurance companies doing business in the state, Florida House Bill 301 offers changes that...

Insurance Coverage and Bad Faith

Four Things Insurance Companies Should Know About Florida House Bill 301

Florida House Bill 301—approved by the Florida Legislature in the 2019 Regular Session and signed...

Insurance Coverage and Bad Faith

Resolving the Multiple Peril Puzzle in First Party Insurance Claims

First party insurance claims involving multiple perils present unique challenges when assessing whether an insurance...

Insurance Coverage and Bad Faith

What’s a Coverage Defense? The 11th Circuit Addresses Coverage Defenses under FL Claims Administration Statute

When coverage is at issue, the interplay between a policy’s language and an insurer’s duties...