Tag Archives: flood insurance

Insurance coverage for water damage

The great American humorist and writer Ambrose Bierce (1842-circa 1914) published a famous work called “The Devil’s Dictionary,” in which he provided astute (if sardonic) definitions of many common terms in the English language. Bierce defined “insurance” for example, as “An ingenious modern game of chance in which the player is permitted to enjoy the … Continue Reading

Insurance claims and Superstorm Sandy

I recently got interviewed by Ed Beeson of the Newark Star-Ledger as part of his article about the looming Superstorm Sandy insurance coverage litigation.  The insurance industry has definitely circled the wagons, and the first suits are now being filed.  There will be a lot of battles over causation (e.g., wind versus flood), as well … Continue Reading
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