Florida Appellate Court rules that an insurance policy's anti-assignment clause did not prohibit an insured from assigning policy proceeds to a contractor that the insured hired to repair the insured's property following a loss.The Court in Bioscience West, Inc. v....
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Month: June 2016
- CALIFORNIA COURT OF APPEALS REFUSES TO EXPAND THE TRIGGER FOR WHEN “CUMIS” COUNSEL IS REQUIRED UNDER CALIFORNIA CIVIL CODE §2860
- THE SPLIT LANDSCAPE REGARDING DEPRECIATION OF LABOR COSTS WHEN CALCULATING ACTUAL CASH VALUE
- CALIFORNIA COURT FINDS THAT A SUBJECTIVE STANDARD APPLIES TO AN INSURER’S PRIOR KNOWLEDGE PROVISION
- STEPPING DOWN INTO FELONY FLIGHT