Florida Federal Court Limits First Party Bad Faith Claims

In Fox Haven of Foxfire Condo IV Ass’n Inc. v. Nationwide Mut. Fire Ins. Co., the insured condominium association alleged that the insurer failed to properly investigate and settle a claim for damages caused by Hurricane Wilma. After the storm, the association and the insurer disagreed on the damage amount.   Read the article………..


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