Insurance Law: Some Important Cases to Know

Insurance liability is a very important issue for a condo or HOA association or a condo board. Most have built up a good relationship with their insurance agents or brokers, and many are content to leave the details to the pros.  However, the world of insurance liability isn’t static—new laws are proposed and enacted, and court decisions can have a huge impact on what will happen in any given lawsuit or insurance claim. That’s why it’s important to know the basics of what’s new on the insurance-related legislative and legal scene, and how these laws and decisions will affect their exposure to risk and loss.   Read the article…………..


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