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As Storm Damages Mount, States Try to Make It Harder to Sue Insurers

/ Owner - October 21, 2023

Samari Lakes East, a nondescript condo complex near Miami, was battered by Hurricane Irma in 2017. The storm tore up the roof, causing water damage across Samari’s 635 units, home to retirees and blue-collar workers.  The complex’s insurer, Heritage Property & Casualty Insurance, said the damage was only $22,107. In April, after a lengthy court battle, Heritage paid $17.9 million. The insurer didn’t respond to requests for comment.   Read the article………………………………

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