Appeals Court Sides With Insurer In Hurricane Claim (FL)

In a dispute stemming from Hurricane Jeanne in 2004, a South Florida appeals court has rejected condominium owners’ arguments that they sustained tornado damage — not hurricane damage.      Read the article…………….


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