Minn. Homeowners Combat Insurance Companies over Storm Damage Claims

Wirth is certainly not alone, and a similar case is currently before the Minnesota Supreme Court. In that case, Cedar Bluff Townhome Condominium Association, Inc. vs. American Family Mutual Insurance Company, a condo association is fighting American Family, in the wake of a storm in 2010. The insurer offered to pay to replace only damaged siding on 20 buildings, even though the new siding wouldn’t perfectly match the old siding — replacing all of it would double the costs of the claim      Read more……..

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