(Note: This guest blog is by Nicole Vinson, an attorney with Merlin Law Group in the Tampa, Florida, office. She will be writing a guest blog series on Examinations Under Oath and Public Adjusters).

After taking a look at the new Citizens Property Insurance Corporation policy, which potentially requires a non-party to sit for an examination under oath, lots of discussion has started and some of the same main themes keep coming up.

Continue Reading Examination Under Oath Language Changes in Citizens Policy, Part I

(Note: This Guest Blog is by Michelle Claverol, an attorney with Merlin Law Group in the Coral Gables, Florida, office. This is the part of a series she is writing on business interruption claims).

Many business owners consider “pulling the plug” after a loss. Whether emotionally based or a strict numbers decision, business owners want to know if they can sell their business and assign their business loss claim as part of the package.

Continue Reading Can an Insured Assign its Business Interruption Claim After a Loss? – Understanding Business Interruption Claims, Part 21