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Lightening The Load: New York Appellate Division Rejects Heightened Pleading Standard For Policyholders Seeking Bi-Economy Market Consequential Damages
In a recent unanimous decision, the Appellate Division First Department provided clarity on the pleading requirements for policyholders seeking special or consequential damages allowed under the landmark decision of Bi-Economy Market v. Harleysville Insurance Company of New York, 856 N.Y.S.2d 505.
United States
7 Feb 2019
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Recent New York Decision Offers Hope For Long-Overdue End To Resolute's Free Pass
In a promising development for policyholders, a New York state trial court recently signaled a potential end to the free pass courts often have provided to TPAs, such as Resolute Management, Inc.
United States
14 Feb 2018
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NY High Court's ‘All Sums' Allocation Ruling In Viking Pump Is A Game Changer
Yesterday, New York's high court took a giant step forward in protecting policyholders facing latent injury claims, allowing them to avoid multiple deductibles, retentions and insolvent coverage
United States
5 May 2016
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Hurricane Season: Time To Determine Whether You're Covered For Weather
June 1 brings the beginning of the 2016 hurricane season. For the past several years, hurricane activity has been relatively calm, as a result of the effect of El Niño; but the 2016 season may bring an end to this trend.
United States
4 May 2016
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Practical Pointers For Protecting Your Insurance Rights In The Wake Of Hurricane Sandy
Hurricane Sandy left a swath of major damage and destruction over a large area of the Northeastern United States. Commercial policyholders will have major claims for property damage, loss of business income, and extra expenses.
United States
6 Nov 2012
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