PR Newsroom | November 20, 2014 When dealing with mold remediation there are certain steps that need to be taken in order to prevent the spreading of mold to other areas of the home or not removing it fully. All of this can occur if the mold remediation contractor makes a mistake. Mold remediation is… Continue reading 3 Mistakes that Mold Remediation Contractors Make
Brandee Bower | Property Insurance Coverage Law Blog | November 18, 2014 This is a question I was asked recently so I thought I would answer it here. In this case, the insured made a claim for hail damage done to the roof. The insurance company investigated the claim and hired an Engineer to inspect the… Continue reading Can an Insurance Company Refuse to Provide a Copy of the Report Used to Deny Your Claim?
Carolyn a. Woodson | Jones Day | November 17, 2014 All too often, instead of sending reservation of rights letters that unambiguously inform the insured of the insurer’s coverage position, insurers send longwinded, generic letters with a cursory discussion of the claim’s facts, minimal (if any) coverage analysis, extensive policy quotations, and boilerplate reservation language. … Continue reading Missouri Court Finds That “Ineffective” Reservation Of Rights Letters May Support Bad Faith Recovery Even In The Absence Of Coverage
Anthony Osborn | The Dispute Resolver | November 13, 2014 In Bennett v. CMH Homes, the plaintiffs’ purchased a 2,180 square foot manufactured home from CMH Homes after their prior residence was destroyed by fire. As part of the agreement, CMH was required to deliver and install the home. In addition, CMH warranted the home would… Continue reading 6th Circuit: Manufactured Homes are not “Consumer Products” under Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act