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Recent Developments in Property Insurance Coverage Litigation

Tort Trial & Insurance Practice Law Journal
March 30, 2018

Zelle LLP partner Jonathan MacBride, of the firm's Philadelphia office, and Dennis Anderson, an associate in Zelle's Minneapolis office, co-wrote an article titled "Recent Developments in Property Insurance Coverage Litigation" that was published in the Winter 2018 issue of the Tort Trial & Insurance Practice Law Journal.

During this past year, the pace of cases involving large-scale disasters ground almost to a halt. However, in light of this year’s major hurricanes, there will undoubtedly be a signi´Čücant uptick this coming year and there-after. The principles of property insurance law, however, remain the same. Issues addressed below will be relevant to hurricane claims and litigation, including causation, anti-concurrent causation language in exclusions, mold coverage, time element coverages, and the scope of appraisal. Of course, while the principles remain the same, their application to the unique facts of every claim is usually the source of the disputes.

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Originally published in Tort Trial & Insurance Law Journal, Winter 2018 (53:2). © 2018 by the American Bar Association.

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