Quick question—what insurance defense law firm did I leave in 1985?
A recent blog, Litigating Tile Roof Claims, explains the view regarding roof litigation following Hurricane Ian from the insurance company view. The blog starts off with the typical default argument: there is no damage, and all the roof claims are fraudulent. It then notes law that arguably allows salvaged and boneyard tiles to be used:
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