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Insurer’s Payment AFTER Expiration of 60-Day Cure Period from Civil Remedy Notice can Trigger Bad Faith

In order to assert a first-party bad faith claim against your insurer, you must  file a Civil Remedy Notice identifying the statutory violations.  This gives the insurer 60 days to cure the violations.   What happens if the insurer cures … Continue reading

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Perfecting a Statutory Bad Faith Claim

If you are having insurance coverage issues or concerns, do yourself a favor and consult with counsel.  Make sure your rights are perfected.   A recent Florida appellate case reiterates the requirements to perfect a statutory insurance bad faith claim: … Continue reading

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Civil Remedy Notice – First Step to Preserving Bad Faith Claim

The first prerequisite to any statutory bad faith claim in Florida is filling out and submitting the Civil Remedy Notice per Florida Statute s. 624.155.  Any first party bad faith claim has to be a statutory claim so filling out … Continue reading

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Prior to Filing a Bad Faith Action against a First-Party Insurance Carrier…

Prior to filing a bad faith action against a first party property insurance carrier (e.g., property insurance policy such as a homeowners policy) you need to fie a Civil Remedy Notice in accordance with Florida Statute s. 624.155. In the … Continue reading

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