Florida Jury Finds Insurers Breached Contract In Hurricane Coverage Dispute

Florida Jury Finds Insurers Breached Contract In Hurricane Coverage Dispute

VERO BEACH, Fla. - A Florida jury on May 3 found that a primary and excess insurer breached their insurance contracts with a hotel owner in a coverage lawsuit arising from hurricane damages, awarding the insured $2.4 million in additional damages caused by Hurricane Frances and determining that the insured sustained 18 months of business interruption from hurricanes Frances and Jeanne (PIN-PON Corporation v. Landmark American Insurance Company, No. 2009 0320 CA 03 c/w No. 2009 CA 01 2244, Fla. Cir.).  Subscribers may view the verdict form available within the full update.

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