The Tide Turned

Cornejo, Rick
June 2010
Best's Review;Jun2010, Vol. 111 Issue 2, p30
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the litigation issues faced by insurers about insurance claims after the hurricane Katrina in the U.S. It indicates that insurers have been debating about the exclusion of wind-driven storm disasters in homeowners insurance policies and anticoncurrent causation clause. It also cites three court cases that favored insurers about policies covering wind-driven storm disasters.


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