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Insurance Coverage and Bad Faith

The Second District Rules That A Civil Remedy Notice Is Not Required To Allege A Specific Cure Amount

In Hunt v. State Farm Florida Ins. Co., 112 So. 3d 547 (Fla. 2d DCA...

Insurance Coverage and Bad Faith

The Second District Rules That A Civil Remedy Notice Is Not Required To Allege A Specific Cure Amount

In Hunt v. State Farm Florida Ins. Co., 112 So. 3d 547 (Fla. 2d DCA...

Insurance Coverage and Bad Faith

Florida Supreme Court Makes Decision With Regards to Burden of Proof in Sinkhole Litigation

A significant decision was recently issued by the Supreme Court of Florida regarding the burden...

Casualty Litigation

Medicare Secondary Payer Act (MSP): What Is It? and What Impact Will It Have?

Introduction Beginning January 1, 2010, 1 insurers and self-insured entities will be required to report claims...

Casualty Litigation

The Front to Back of the Rear-End Rebuttable Presumption of Negligence

Florida courts have created a rebuttable presumption of negligence on the rear driver. Due to...

Insurance Coverage and Bad Faith

Florida Sunshine Litigation Act Public Hazard Definition Could be Hazard for Defense

The Florida Sunshine Litigation Act makes judicial records open to the public, and is the...

Insurance Coverage and Bad Faith

Late Notice on First Party Property Cases

Insurance companies are all too familiar with late notice claims.  They can receive first party...

Insurance Coverage and Bad Faith

Safeguarding Against Litigation for Property Management Companies

Now that the economy is improving, owners of apartment properties are beginning to invest more...