Court sides with contractor over subrogation for damages from burst pipe

A federal district judge in Miami has sided with a heating, ventilation and air conditioning contractor against an insurer seeking subrogation for damages paid related to a burst pipe during Hurricane Katrina at a luxury condominium building in Miami.  Read More……


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