"If it is OK for Gene to say it, then why can’t I?" was the question I asked Mary Fortson nearly ten years ago as we discussed a number of legal issues for a brief we were filing in federal court. I loved Eugene Anderson. He was free to say what he knew was the truth regarding insurance. We had a bond.
After finishing yesterday afternoon’s post, The TWIA Roof Damage Memo: Checking Basic References to Resolve Adjustment Questions, I recalled an Amicus Brief we filed in the Florida Supreme Court in the case of Fayad v. Clarendon Nat’l Ins. Co., 899 So. 2d 1082 (Fla. 2005).
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