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Insurance Coverage and Bad Faith

RumbergerKirk Wins Another Summary Judgment for Carrier in Limited Water Damage Endorsement Case

Given the rise of cast iron pipe lawsuits in the state of Florida, RumbergerKirk’s recent...

Insurance Coverage and Bad Faith

Cover Me to the Moon: Will Insurers Provide Coverage for Space Tourism Travel?

Everybody Wants to Go to Space While the floodgates for space tourism travel may not...

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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

Governor DeSantis’ Signature Means Great News: Florida Passes Insurance Carrier Friendly Legislation

The Florida Legislature recently passed numerous pieces of legislation which impact Florida’s property insurance carriers. ...

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Insurance Coverage and Bad Faith

Summary Judgment Win Could Pave the Way for Insurance Carriers to Enforce Water Damage Coverage Limitation Endorsements

Chances are, if you live in Florida, you have seen a billboard or heard an...

Insurance Coverage and Bad Faith

Court Clarifies Applicability of Statute of Limitations for the Medicare Secondary Payer Act’s Private Cause of Action

RumbergerKirk attorneys Nicole Smith, Samantha Duke, and Jeffrey Grosholz secured a final summary judgment in...

Insurance Coverage and Bad Faith

Fourth DCA Opines: When Insurance Policy Cancellation Requires Notification

In Svetlana Spielberg vs. Progressive Select Insurance Company, the Fourth District Court of Appeal confirmed...

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Insurance Coverage and Bad Faith

Eleventh Circuit Weighs Business Interruption Coverage for COVID Related Loss

Trial courts have started to rule and appellate courts are now being asked to decide...

Insurance Coverage and Bad Faith

Florida Supreme Court Rules Extra-Contractual, Consequential Damages Are Not Recoverable in a First-Party Breach of Contract Action

On January 21, 2021, the Supreme Court of Florida issued an important decision in Citizens...

Commercial Litigation

New Year, New Florida Summary Judgment Standard

It’s Time to Adapt Your Litigation Strategy to a More Flexible Summary Judgment Standard On...