Tag Archives: Florida

Florida: the time to move for attorney’s fees post-appraisal

Most residential property policies provide for an “appraisal” as an alternative dispute resolution mechanism when the insurer concedes coverage for a loss in whole or part, but the amount of the loss is disputed. The resulting appraisal award is binding on the parties absent certain limited grounds for challenging the award or the insurer’s obligation … Continue Reading

A Tale of Two Evidentiary Standards

This post was also written by Michael N. DiCanio. Policyholders and their counsel should check out a May 27 ruling denying summary judgment to the insurance company defendants in Bray & Gillespie IX, LLC v. Hartford Fire Insurance Co., et ano. In the B&G decision, a magistrate judge in the Middle District of Florida relied in … Continue Reading
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