Potentially Fraudulent Insurance Company Practices Are Exposed in Superstorm Sandy Litigation

By | Policyholder Perspective | December 11, 2014
We recently marked the two year anniversary of Superstorm Sandy. With that anniversary came an influx of litigation in response to insurance companies denying or overly limiting coverage. That litigation recently revealed highly questionable practices within the industry. View Full Post
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Insurer to Pay $327,400 in Fines for Late Investigations of Super Storm Sandy Claims

On May 22, 2014 Naragansett Bay Insurance Company (“Naragansett”) signed a Consent Order with the New York State Department of Financial Services (DFS) agreeing to pay a civil penalty of $327,400 and to enact substantial capacity upgrades for its failure to timely perform adjuster inspections on numerous properties damaged by Super Storm Sandy. View Full Post
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So I Have a Boat in My Front Yard Following Super Storm Sandy; Will My Flood Insurer Cover the Removal of It and Other Non-Owned Debris?

Back in November 2012, in the wake of Super-storm Sandy, I wrote about how questions will arise about who pays for the removal of debris that is not owned by them but it is located on their property following the storm. View Full Post
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