4th DCA Affirms Judgment Against Insurer

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The Fourth District Court of Appeal upheld a $766,258 award against an insurance company that refused to cover a client who lost his home to fire.

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  • anonymous

    Journalism at it's finest. Your article seems to lack a very important thing...detail and specifics. It seems to jump all over the place and really gives no information about much of anything. I don't see how a burglar alarm is relevant to an insurance company not paying on a fire claim. Maybe a fire alarm, but burglar alarm I hardly find relevant.

    I'm not on either side here, but if I'm signing up for insurance I'm going to make sure I get a copy of my application and policy to see what I was given, especially if I know the premium is much cheaper than I was receiving previously. Sounds like the insured was more concerned with the savings and not with how those savings came about. Negligence on both parts....yes

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