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Can an insurance policy shorten the statute of limitations?

With the one-year anniversary of Sandy just having passed, many policyholders are asking how long they have to sue their carrier. Be careful. Many insurance policies contain limitations periods that shorten the general six-year statute of limitations for breach of contract in New Jersey. Such provisions are enforceable both in New Jersey and in New … Continue Reading

The statute of limitations for insurance claims

A couple of weeks ago, we got a nice result ($13 million verdict) following a three-month trial in BASF Catalysts, LLC v. Allstate Insurance Company, one of the last great complex environmental coverage beasts.  We had the pleasure of co-counseling the matter with Dave Oberdick and his team from the Pittsburgh, PA firm of Meyer, Unkovic … Continue Reading
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