Water Losses, Co-owner Negligence, and the Shifting of Association Insurance Deductibles

A classic “right of spring” for attorneys at our firm every year is handling the resolution of water loss disputes for Associations. Most often, these situations arise from a non-resident co-owner’s or foreclosing lender’s failure to properly winterize a vacant unit (though these problems certainly can and do occur in occupied units as well).   Read the article……………..


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