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17 Apr 2018, 12:56 am by Ashiq Hamid, trainee solicitor, CMS
Ashiq Hamid, trainee solicitor at CMS, considers the case of Gavin Edmondson Solicitors Ltd v Haven Insurance Company Ltd: On 5 February 2018, the Supreme Court began hearing the appeal by Haven Insurance (“Haven”) contending that it did not cheat Gavin Edmondson Solicitors (“Edmondson”) out of costs owed by six clients represented by Edmondson through conditional fee arrangements (a “CFA”) in road… [read post]
18 Apr 2018, 2:20 am by Matrix Legal Support Service
Therefore Haven had notice of the lien because they knew that each of the claimants had retained Edmondson under a CFA and so the lien could be enforced against Haven by requiring it to pay the fee amounts in the CFAs direct to Edmondson, but only up to the amount of the agreed settlement payments. [read post]
19 Oct 2018, 3:51 am by CMS
In February 2018 the Supreme Court heard the appeal by Haven Insurance (the “Appellant”) contending that it did not cheat Gavin Edmondson Solicitors (the “Respondent”) out of costs owed by six clients represented by the Respondent through conditional fee arrangements (a “CFA”) in road traffic accidents when the Appellant reached direct settlements with all six of the Respondent firm’s clients. [read post]
20 Sep 2006, 6:13 am
As a follow up to Don Brenner's earlier post on the recent Appellate Division decision in Firemen's Insurance Company of Newark v. [read post]
7 Jul 2012, 11:20 am by William Strubbe
-The insurance company or healthcare provider you owe the money to knows that if he has to go to court to collect money, he will have to pay a lawyer -The insurance company may not know how collectible you are -The insurance company or healthcare provider knows a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush. [read post]
26 Apr 2020, 6:17 am by Mark S. Humphreys
The article tells us that the legal media have been inundated with articles by lawyers who represent policyholders and insurance companies discussing business interruption claims arising from the COVID-19 pandemic. [read post]
9 Feb 2017, 6:34 pm by Goldfinger Personal Injury Law
Insurance companies in Ontario for personal injury cases almost ALWAYS insist that cases be tried by a jury. [read post]
25 Jan 2007, 12:25 pm
  More often than not, insurance companies are disclaiming liability coverage for mold-related incidents and will rebuff reimbursement efforts (unless intertwined with a covered event).A case in point is Siegel v. [read post]
19 Nov 2007, 12:07 am
      Here's the story's lede:When the first federal insurance trial in Louisiana against State Farm Fire and Casualty Co. wrapped up last week, the jury's message was clear: If companies want to deny payments under homeowners insurance policies because the damage was instead caused by flood, they darn well better be able to prove that flood was indeed what destroyed the home. [read post]
19 Nov 2007, 12:07 am
      Here's the story's lede:When the first federal insurance trial in Louisiana against State Farm Fire and Casualty Co. wrapped up last week, the jury's message was clear: If companies want to deny payments under homeowners insurance policies because the damage was instead caused by flood, they darn well better be able to prove that flood was indeed what destroyed the home. [read post]
25 Jul 2011, 11:17 am by Law Lady
White of the Northern District of California agreed with five title insurance companies and their affiliates that the Supreme Court's ruling in AT&T Mobility LLC v. [read post]
8 Dec 2011, 7:38 am by brooks
  But even when we haven’t met our deductible, the insurance company still processes the charge and reduces it so that I only have to pay the agreed upon reduced rate. [read post]