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Wind v. Wave: Making the Critical Distinction of Damage Caused by Storm Winds and Storm Surge

USA - September 9 2016 Before Hurricane Hermine ravished parts of Florida last week, it had been almost 11 years since a named storm made landfall in the state. A majority...

Gina Clausen Lozier, Michael Higer.


You Do Not Have to Get Bit to Be Affected by Zika

USA - August 3 2016 On Monday, August 1, 2016, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (“CDC”) issued a travel warning to pregnant women to avoid the Wynwood...


Property Owners and Landlords Beware: Personal Injury From Lead-Based Paint Ingestion Is Excluded From Coverage Under Commercial General Liability Insurance Policy’s “Pollution” Exclusion Provision

USA - March 31 2016 Property owners and landlords should be aware that if a tenant or others are injured as a result of poisoning from lead or other substances which are...


Will the Supreme Court of Florida abolish the long-standing concurrent cause doctrine?

USA - September 8 2015 On Wednesday, September 2, 2015, the Supreme Court of Florida heard oral arguments in the case of Sebo v. American Home Assurance Company. The issue...


4: “cooperation- isn’t that a song by the village people?”

USA - August 26 2015 A continuing topic in our most recent blog posts has been obligations that insured property owners must comply with following a loss or damage to...