Florida Attorney Chip Merlin posts information on the Florida Public Adjuster right to Free Speech as FL determines 2008 regulation on immediate contact is unconstitutional

July 6, 2012

Here are two very important blogs by Chip Merlin and at his 2nd blog on Florida Condominium claims announcing that Florida has declared the 2008 regulation delaying the Public Adjuster’s right to immediate policyholder contact unconstitutional.

For complete details:

http://www.propertyinsurancecoveragelaw.com/2012/07/articles/consumer-protection/public-adjusters-win-free-speech-rights-and-ability-to-promptly-help-policyholders/index.html

http://www.condominiuminsurancelaw.com/2012/07/articles/florida/florida-ban-on-public-adjuster-solicitation-ruled-unconstitutional/

 

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Claims and Litigation Management Alliance is hosting a seminar June 15, 2012 in Dallas, TX for Trucking, Railroad, and Transportation Claims Adjusters and Attorneys

April 18, 2012

What a great conference coming up June 15, 2012 in Dallas, TX hosted by the Claims and Litigation Management Alliance for the transportation claims industry. The cost is a most reasonable $49.00 for claims members who register (see their Membership tab) and CE is unusally provided at their training events and show CE and CLE is pending at this time.

For complete details on this important conference and training in the transportation industry, view here.

To view all other conferences and Training Session Opportunities, view here.

I just can’t say enough GREAT things about this organization and it’s leader, Adam Potter.

 


Two New Class Actions filed against Geico and Progressive Insurance regarding non compliance with state claim handling regulations

April 18, 2012

Our auto claims professionals will be interested in reading these updates posted over at Insurance Class Actions Insider here which indicates two new class actions have been filed against auto insurance companies Geico and Progressive claims involving alleged violations of state claim handling regulations:

http://www.insuranceclassactions.com/auto-insurance/new-auto-insurance-class-actions-against-geico-and-progressive-focus-on-state-law-compliance-issues/


Update on Status of State and Federal Appeals on Citizens of Louisiana Class Action on Claim Settlement delays post Katrina

April 13, 2012

Today must be state windpool day- atleast it is for me as I make the rounds in the news getting updates on pending claim staffing and claim litigation that I’ve previously blogged about.

Here is an article providing the status on the state of Louisiana Citizens state and federal appeals on the Class Action lawsuit filed against them post Katrina due to claim handling delays beyond the state statute of 30 days to handle claims:

http://news.yahoo.com/louisiana-citizens-loses-state-high-court-fight-202946833.html