A New York and New Jersey Lawyer Who Represents Policyholders and Beneficiaries in Life Insurance Denial Cases

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A New York homeowner was denied coverage under a homeowner insurance policy issued by Vermont Mutual after it was discovered that he made material misrepresentations in the policy application. The case, Vermont Mutual Insurance Company v. Moslem, 07-cv-2011 (Scheindlin, J., July 14, 2011), was venued in the Southern District of the Federal District Court. The […]

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The New York Court of Appeals, in Cragg v. Allstate, recently had occasion to consider the scope of an exclusionary clause in a homeowner’s policy in the compelling context of a lawsuit brought after the accidental drowning of a three-year-old girl, deciding that her father was entitled to a wrongful death award. Three-year old Kayla […]

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A fire recently tore through the San Bruno neighborhood in California. Amy Bach of United Policyholders gave advice to policyholders for navigating the claims process that I am providing a link to, because I think it is worthwhile information for all persons with property coverage policies.

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