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Coverage Issues to Spot in Upcoming Hurricane Claims

The year 2017 has not been too kind.  In late August, Hurricane Harvey ravaged Texas.  Initial estimates for damages related to Harvey are between $70 billion and $108 billion.  Now, Florida and its neighbors in the Southeast are experiencing the… Continue Reading →

5th Circuit Rejects Insured’s “Mini-Deductibles” Argument in Hurricane Loss

In Saratoga Resources, Inc. v. Lexington Ins. Co., Lexington Insurance Company (Lexington) issued an insurance policy to Saratoga Resources, Inc. (Saratoga) that covered various oil and gas properties. In 2012, when Hurricane Isaac hit Louisiana, many of Saratoga’s properties were… Continue Reading →

The Insured JAW Is Bitten by the Anti-Concurrent-Causation Clause

In JAW The Point, LLC v. Lexington Ins. Co., 2015 Tex. LEXIS 343 (Tex. 2015), the Texas Supreme Court held an anti-concurrent-causation clause in the insured’s policy precluded coverage for increased rebuilding costs following Hurricane Ike. JAW The Pointe, LLC… Continue Reading →

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