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SHOW ME THE MONEY

Show me the money On May 7, 2015, a vehicle owned by Creative Electric LLC was damaged in a one-vehicle accident. The vehicle was covered under a commercial automobile policy issued by Sentinel Insurance Company, Ltd. Creative Electric assigned its rights to A & R Enterprises, LLC, an auto body shop, which repaired the vehicle for a total cost of $9,681.84. Sentinel paid A & R $6,403.26 on the claim,

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FLOORED: ARE INSUREDS BOUND BY ONE-YEAR LIMITATION PERIOD?

Floored: Are insureds bound by one-year limitation period? On March 4, 2016, Steven and Pamela Zannini’s house experienced significant flooding as the result of burst pipes. The house was insured by Phenix Mutual Fire Insurance Company, and the Zanninis filed a claim for water damage. An adjuster instructed the Zanninis to remove the floor of the house so he could investigate the area underneath. After they did so, the house

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REJECTION REMAINS

Rejection remains John O’Donnell was insured under a $2 million personal umbrella liability policy issued in September 2011 by Allstate Indemnity Company. On September 27, 2011, O’Donnell submitted to Allstate a completed New Hampshire personal umbrella policy uninsured motorist selection/rejection form. The form O’Donnell signed provided that “[t]he following selection or rejection [of uninsured motorist coverage] will apply now and to all future renewals or continuations of my policy unless

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RAINDROPS KEEP FALLING ON MY HEAD

Raindrops keep falling on my head Yesenia Valentin owned property in Florida that was insured under a homeowners policy with People’s Trust Insurance Company. The policy included a preferred contractor endorsement. In July 2017, Valentin’s house sustained water damage from an apparent roof leak. According to the allegations of People’s Trust’s complaint, the insurer repeatedly requested several documents from Valentin prior to the filing of the underlying suit, including a

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PIP IN THE BALANCE: MUST INSURER PAY?

PIP in the balance: Must insurer pay? Victor Caballero was involved in an accident while driving a vehicle that was insured under a personal auto policy issued by State Auto Property and Casualty Insurance Company to Maria Caballero, Victor’s wife. Victor sustained injuries and was treated by Bronson Health Care Group, Inc. He assigned to Bronson his right to seek payment of personal protection insurance (PIP) benefits under the Michigan

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