The Appeals Court recently affirmed a decision in Anwar Faisal et al. v. United National Insurance Company that reminds one of the saying, “Be careful what you ask for. You may get it.” In this case, the insured sued to get more money on a property damage claim, asking the court to rule on his […]
MA Law | Insurance Coverage Cases
Failed Foray Into Massachusetts Ends In A Lawsuit For New York Agency Over Its Producer’s Understanding of Salary v. Draw
A case in point about what can go wrong when an agency, its officers, and a producer being onboarded, come to loggerheads and litigation ensues.
Late Policy Notice to Zurich Leads To Harvard’s Loss of $15 Million in Coverage
Summary Judgement for Zurich effectively dismissed Harvard’s lawsuit by The Court.
Federal Court Warns Vermont Mutual About Post-Judgment Settlement Offer Less Than Verdict Being an Unfair Claim Practice
Fire in apartment and tenants’ underlying lawsuit against landlord.
Phony Pumpkin Assault Claim Gets 3 Years For Insurance Fraud
A coverage case involving a work-related assault and the plastic pumpkin clue.