Insurance Law

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Report Promptly, Sue Quickly or Else – Private Limitations of Action Provision Enforceable
Posted on 15 Jan 2015 by Barry Zalma

First-party property insurance policies always include a prompt reporting requirement and a private limitations of action provision. Even if the claim is reported promptly once it is denied the insured should never sit on his/her/its rights before filing... Read More

Arson-for-Profit Fails Because of Lack of Insurable Interest and Misrepresentation: Insurance Competence Needed to Commit Insurance Fraud
Posted on 31 Mar 2015 by Barry Zalma

Arson is relatively easy. Pour some gasoline and light a match and a fire will burn. Successfully turning an arson fire into profit is more difficult and requires some knowledge of insurance and insurance claims. In Ross v. State Farm Fire and Cas. Co... Read More