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Foundations, Basement Walls and Collapse — Connecticut Supreme Court Rules Against Coverage

Homeowners in Connecticut (and other states) have had issues with crumbling foundations and basement walls of their homes due to defective concrete manufactured by a specific supplier.  They have turned to their homeowners insurance policies for coverage and coverage has been denied.  Multiple lawsuits have been brought.  In a series of recent cases, the Connecticut … Continue Reading

The Impact of Reinsurance on Homeowners Insurance Rates

Most of our posts discuss disputes involving specific claims or specific insurance or reinsurance contracts. But sometimes disputes arise in the regulatory context. This post is about the cost of catastrophe reinsurance protection, which factors into homeowners insurance rates rates used to develop the premiums charged to policyholders. This is especially relevant in states where natural … Continue Reading
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