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Opinion: Is Florida's legislation overhaul beginning to work?

In the December special session, the Florida legislature finally addressed the driving factor behind the unprofitability for several homeowners’ carriers, which was met with resounding cheers from the domestic insurance industry.
In the December special session, the Florida legislature finally addressed the driving factor behind the unprofitability for several homeowners’ carriers, which was met with resounding cheers from the domestic insurance industry.
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Pub firm Fuller's sues insurance giants Aviva and Liberty Mutual in fight over 'business interruption' claim - City A.M.

Fuller’s pubs has filed a lawsuit against insurance giants Aviva and Liberty Mutual in a dispute over a “business interruption” claim. Fuller Smith &
Fuller’s pubs has filed a lawsuit against insurance giants Aviva and Liberty Mutual in a dispute over a “business interruption” claim. Fuller Smith &
cityam.com / Article / 3 hours ago

NotPetya Triggers War Exclusion, Insurers Tell NJ Panel - Law360

Property policies' war exclusions were designed to apply to any type of nation-state attack, including cyber events, insurers told a New Jersey appellate panel Wednesday in a battle over whether Merck has coverage for $1.4 billion in losses stemming from the 2017 NotPetya cyberattack.
Property policies' war exclusions were designed to apply to any type of nation-state attack, including cyber events, insurers told a New Jersey appellate panel Wednesday in a battle over whether Merck has coverage for $1.4 billion in losses stemming from the 2017 NotPetya cyberattack.
law360.com / Article / 3 hours ago

Court dismisses lawsuit claiming bad faith by malpractice insurer in $12+ million Iowa Clinic case - Des Moines Register

An Iowa judge ruled Dr. Joy Trueblood could not sue MMIC in Iowa after a court in Minnesota, where the company is based, dismissed similar claims
An Iowa judge ruled Dr. Joy Trueblood could not sue MMIC in Iowa after a court in Minnesota, where the company is based, dismissed similar claims
eu.desmoinesregister.com / Article / 22 hours ago

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