Preferred Property Program

22 April 2014 In Blog style

SAN JOSE -- With a fancy name like "California Hawaiian Mobile Estates," the trailer park on Snell Avenue should have been top-notch.

But residents say that for years it was anything but -- marred by sewage backups, potholes, electrical blackouts and a swimming pool filled with geese feces. Fed up with having their complaints ignored, a small group sued five years ago, risking the possibility that if they lost, they'd be on the hook for the park owner's substantial legal fees.

15 April 2014 In Blog style

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit has ruled that an insurance carrier that provided an insurance professionals' errors and omissions liability insurance policy to an agency was not obligated to defend the agency in a suit brought by a competitor agency, where the suit only asserted claims for intentional wrongdoing.

07 April 2014 In Blog style

What are the consequences of a liability insurer's breach of the duty to defend its insured against a potentially covered claim? Recent decisions from the New York Court of Appeals highlight differing views nationwide on whether the breaching insurer is prevented subsequently from contesting its duty to indemnify the insured.

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