Archive October 2018
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Georgia Public Adjusters Have It Going On!
Post-Loss List Created Solely From Memory Can Satisfy the Insured's Duty to Furnish an InventoryBy Kesha Hodge on POSTED IN INSURANCE
Florida Court Rules Against Insurer on Seepage/Leakage Exclusion Contentby Timothy R. Engelbrecht, Esquire, Butler Weihmuller Katz Craig LLP
Court Rejects Jury Instruction Inconsistent with Concurrent Causation Doctrine; Remands for New TrialBy Erin Dunnavant on POSTED IN COURT OPINION, FLORIDA
Losses in Cyber-Space: Recovering Insurance Proceeds When Your Computer Data Can't Be Recovered (Part One)
By Verne Pedro on POSTED IN INSURANCE
UPPA Verdict Upheld: The Consumer, the Contractor, the Public Adjuster, and the Insurance Industry
Contractors Need to Use Carefully Drafted Contracts and Not Practice Public AdjustingBy Chip Merlin on POSTED IN CLASS ACTION, INSURANCE
The Unauthorized Practice of Public Adjusting
by Ashley Harris, Esquire, Merlin Law Group, August 2017