An insurance coverage dispute involving the total fire loss in December 2020 of a 1905 hunting lodge built by hand with unique wood and stonework and insured for over $5 million and its contents for $2.2 million.
Insurance Coverage Massachusetts
Vermont Mutual Asks High Court to Reverse Decision $215,000 Attorney Fee Award Payable As Damages under Bodily Injury Coverage
An unusual case involving a breach of warranty claim under Chapter 93A and whether mandatory attorney fee awards apply.
Court Rules Zurich’s Auto Policy Provides Victim No Coverage for Rape by Tow Company Driver
An Accident Followed by a Sexual Assault Leads to Coverage Suit
MA Court Rules Against Insured’s Claim Its Broker Post-Loss Agreed with Insurer to Reduce Coverage
ForbesGallagher’s Owen Gallagher analyzes a recent Superior Court case decision involving an unusual E&O claim.
Mass. Appeals Court Rules No Coverage For Prior-Owned Property Under Homeowners Policy
The decision was a case of first impression in Massachusetts.