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All “Hail” the Importance of Documenting Claims

USA - June 29 2018 A recent case in the Fifth Circuit, Certain Underwriters at Lloyd’s of London v. Lowen Valley View, L.L.C., provides a valuable reminder to...


Florida’s Construction Defect Resolution Process Is a “Suit” that May Require Insurers to Defend Construction Professionals

USA - January 30 2018 Any construction professional working in Florida likely is familiar with the state’s notice and opportunity to repair statute (“chapter 558”) that...


Developments in South Carolina: Harleysville Revisited

USA - August 21 2017 In two posts earlier this yearSouth Carolina May No Longer Hold Insurers’ Reservations and The Insurer’s Mixed-Coverage Burdenwe told you about an...


South Carolina May No Longer Hold Insurers’ Reservations: Greater Detail Required in Reservations of Rights

USA - January 30 2017 Say you want to make a reservation for a nice dinner. Do you call the restaurant and simply say you plan to come sometime in the next two weeks? Of...


Insurers Beware: Florida Courts May Award Attorney’s Fees for Any Incorrect Denial of Coverage

USA - November 8 2016 Florida is a hotbed for insurance claims, from run-of-the mill auto accidents to pervasive construction defects to post-hurricane business...