What Money Damages Are Available In A Personal Injury Claim?
Hurricane Sandy (also known as Superstorm Sandy) struck the northeast coast of the United States in October 2012, causing an estimated $65 billion* in property damage, including wind damage, severe flooding and power outages....more
In This Issue:
- Northern District of New York: Primary Insurer That Waited Nine Years to Tender Policy Limits to Injured Plaintiff Was Liable to Excess Carrier for Bad Faith
- Middle District of Pennsylvania:...more
433 Main St. Realty, LLC v. Darwin Nat’l Assurance Co., No. 14-cv-587 (NGG) (VMS) (E.D.N.Y. Apr. 22, 2014) -
Eastern District of New York dismisses claims for breach of the covenant of good faith and fair dealing and...more
In the wake of Superstorm Sandy, property insurers have repeatedly denied coverage for business owners in lower Manhattan – arguing that ConEd intentionally cut off power to its networks and that flooding damaged ConEd’s...more
N.Y. Court Rules In Deductible Battle For Flood Damage Caused By Sandy -
Why it matters: The destruction left in the wake of Superstorm Sandy has resulted in a mess of insurance battles for policyholders as well. In a...more
The one-year anniversary of 2012’s Hurricane Sandy has just passed, which is a fitting occasion to think about how or if your business could be rebuilt after suffering complete or near destruction.
A year after Superstorm Sandy came ashore, the New York Department of Financial Services (Department) issued Circular Letter No 8 of 2013 to inform New York licensed property/casualty insurers of the regulatory standards they...more
The one-year anniversary of Superstorm Sandy serves as a reminder to property insurers that key deadlines are approaching that can directly affect recovery efforts. Viable subrogation opportunities still exist, but carriers...more
In recent years, Mother Nature has taken a toll on the insurance industry. Superstorm Sandy cost the United States approximately $70 billion in direct damages to business owners and homeowners in the storm’s path and lost...more
New Jersey small businesses devastated by Superstorm Sandy now have a new source of economic assistance. Approved by the New Jersey Economic Development Authority on June 11 2013, the Stronger NJ Business Loan Program went...more
Emergency Rule Revisions Cut Red Tape and Streamline State Permits for Vital Rebuilding Projects. -
On April 19, 2013, DEP issued emergency rules intended to expedite the process of repairing and rebuilding in the wake...more
Anyone living in the New York Metro Area will not soon forget hurricane Sandy. Sandy may go down as the worst Atlantic storm to ever hit the eastern United States. It may ultimately also prove to be one of the most expensive,...more
Originally published in Insurance Law360 on January 23, 2013.
As Superstorm Sandy moved northward from the Caribbean off the coast of the southeastern United States on a predicted path to the mid-Atlantic, states and...more
In late October, Hurricane Sandy caused significant damage to many businesses throughout the Northeastern United States. In the past, business taxpayers experiencing similar storm damage would have focused primarily on the...more
The major impact that Hurricane Sandy had on the East Coast is a good reminder of the importance of the maintenance of sufficient insurance. All condominium projects in Texas (whether they operate under the current Uniform...more
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