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Hurricane Season

Subrogation Following a Hurricane is All Hands on Deck

Hurricane season began June 1st, and runs through November 30th. However, we are about 30 days from approaching the peak of hurricane season, when the season becomes its most active. Weather predictors are predicting an...more

Hold on to Your Hats: Another Active Hurricane Season Forecasted

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Some wait for football season in the Fall while others anticipate baseball season in the Spring. Some sports fans are disappointed that basketball season just ended. But those in the insurance industry often anxiously...more

Is Your Company’s Hurricane Plan ready?

by Cozen O'Connor on

With the first tropical storm of the season bearing down on the Gulf Coast, it is a good time to dust off your HR Department’s Hurricane Plan and make sure it is up to date. If you don’t have one, it is an even better time to...more

What's in a Name?

by Zelle LLP on

The 2017 Atlantic Hurricane Season started on June 1, 2017, with one preseason storm already under our belt. The first tropical storm, Arlene, formed on April 20, 2017, only lasted a few days and did not receive much...more

Stressed about CATs? The London Market Is Ready

by Zelle LLP on

Earlier this year, a London insurance market industry group published London Market looks ahead: Preparing for the next big insurance event, a White Paper describing a stress test of the market when faced with a...more

Insureds Cannot Shift Burden To Identify Claimed Damage

by Zelle LLP on

The first-party insurance claims process has always been pretty simple for the typical insured: call the agent to report a claim, identify and quantify the claimed damage, work cooperatively with the insurance adjuster to...more

Butler Quarterly - Winter 2017

Two recent federal cases highlight the challenges practitioners face in presenting expert claims handling testimony in bad faith litigation under the Daubert standard. In the first case, a court excluded such expert testimony...more

IN Catastrophes: Preparing for Hurricane Matthew Claims in the Carolinas

by Cozen O'Connor on

Thousands of homes and other buildings both on the coast and in the interior of the Carolinas have been damaged or destroyed by Hurricane Matthew, and ongoing flooding continues to cause damage and hinder recovery efforts. By...more

Post-Hurricane Matthew: Insurance Statutes and Regulations

by Carlton Fields on

Because Hurricane Matthew claims may be taking you and your colleagues to several different states, we thought it might be helpful to bear in mind the different claims adjusting standards and regulations in those states that...more

Five Ways to Prepare for Business Interruption Insurance Claims in a Natural Disaster

by Proskauer Rose LLP on

The extraordinary images and reports of the devastation from Hurricane Matthew have filled the news outlets. While the focus remains on the human toll and concern for the well-being of friends, colleagues and business...more

Hurricane season brings unique employer issues

by FordHarrison on

In the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew, evacuation orders are lifting and recovery efforts are in their early stages. Employers are facing a number of storm-related issues as they prepare to resume normal operations. Here...more

Everything is fine, until it isn’t.

by Zelle LLP on

Over a period of just 14 months in 2004 and 2005, no less than six hurricanes made landfall in Florida – basically back-to-back years of hurricanes coming at the rate of one per month during the height of hurricane season. ...more

Tropical Storm Hermine | A Quick Reference Compliance Guide to Adjusting Storm Related Claims in Florida

by Zelle LLP on

..Once a wind storm is named as a hurricane by the National Weather Service, and a warning or watch for any part of Florida is issued, all wind losses in the state from that time until 72 hours after the last warning or watch...more

Disaster Recovery: Navigating FEMA's Cumbersome Financial Assistance Rules

by Pepper Hamilton LLP on

The 2016 Atlantic hurricane season officially began on June 1, and will end on November 30. Hilary S. Cairnie offers his views on the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s (FEMA) policies for reimbursement of disaster...more

Latest Developments in Arbitration for the Construction Law Practitioner

by Jackson Walker on

G. T. Leach Builders V. Sapphire V.P.: Non-Signatories’ Right to Compel Arbitration; Waiver of Right to Arbitrate - By far, the most recent, significant arbitration development for construction law practitioners was the...more

IN Detail [In the Know]

by Cozen O'Connor on

IN numbers - 82 billion The expected amount, in U.S. dollars, generated for the U.S. economy by the first operational rules for routine use of small unmanned aircraft systems, or drones, known as Part 107. (Source:...more

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