Has Your Insurance Got You Covered?

Does your insurance company play fair and square with you?  Not always, asserts attorney Tara Snow, a partner at Novitt, Sahr & Snow. And if you are not on the ball, you could lose significant coverage.  Snow points to a Queens co-op she represents as an example. The building had a policy to protect the corporation against theft by an employee. When the managing agent was caught stealing, the board made a claim. The insurer denied coverage, however, asserting that coverage was only for employees – and the managing agent was not an employee.    Read the article………….


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