Mold: Is there a fungus among us? Part 1 of Insurance: What you need to know

Welcome 2016! While the expression “out with the old and in with the new” comes to mind, remember, too, that this is a great time for review. Start off the new year by reviewing your association’s insurance policies to better understand the perils that it does, and does not, cover. Of particular concern to Florida’s community associations, especially condominium associations, is how casualties stemming from slow leaks and resulting mold are handled. Sadly, I see coverage denials for this type of damage as commonplace.    Read the article……………


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