Has California Gone Too Far in Responding to Underinsurance Problems in Homeowners Insurance?

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Barger & Wolen insurance litigation and regulatory law partner Marina Karvelas will be a guest blogger for the DRI’s blog, DRI Today for the next two weeks.

Her first post, Has California Gone Too Far in Responding to Underinsurance Problems in Homeowners Insurance? is live.

California’s Office of Administrative Law recently approved new regulations promulgated by the California Insurance Commissioner for homeowners insurance.

The regulations create new duties, impose additional standards and establish a new "unfair trade practice" violation on insurance companies and insurance producers selling homeowners insurance policies in California.

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