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Appraisal Award Ends Property Damage Dispute

Property insurance policies contain provisions to resolve disputes between the policyholder and the insurer over damage claims.  These provisions provide for an independent appraisal of the alleged damaged property with the appraiser’s final award binding the parties.  An appraisal award is akin to an arbitration award in many respects.  In a recent case, a policyholder … Continue Reading

Nothing Cheesy About Needing to Allege Personal Injury for Coverage

Nearly all commercial general liability and excess liability insurance policies require in their coverage grants that the damages the insureds are legally obligated to pay are because of bodily injury or property damage.  It may seem simple, but for insurance to apply, the allegations made have to fit reasonably within the coverage provided.   In a … Continue Reading
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