Tag Archives: Property & Casualty Insurance

Seventh Circuit: Mailing Addresses Don’t Necessarily Identify What’s Insured

Last week, the Seventh Circuit found that the term “residence premises” in an Illinois homeowner’s policy was ambiguous because it could describe more than just one structure on the property. In Schuchman v. State Auto Prop. & Cas. Ins. Co., … Continue reading

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Jones Presents at National Business Institute’s “Insurance Law 2013” Seminar

On February 28, 2013, Brian Jones–co-chair of the firm’s insurance group and the founder of this blog–presented at the National Business Institute’s “Insurance Law 2013” Seminar in Indianapolis, Indiana.  His topics were “Indiana Insurance Law 2012” and “Current Issues in … Continue reading

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Jones Presents at National Business Institute’s “Property Insurance Coverage and Bad Faith Claims” Seminar

On August 9, 2012, Brian Jones, of Bose McKinney & Evans LLP’s Insurance and Litigation Groups, discussed issues and strategies for “Avoiding Appraisal Pitfalls”at the National Business Institute’s “Property Insurance Coverage and Bad Faith Claims” seminar in Indianapolis. Click on … Continue reading

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Indiana’s Reduced Collateral Requirements for Reinsurers

Borrowing from Chevy Chase, Indiana is still one of a handful of states–8 actually–that have enacted reduced collateral requirements for reinsurers.  This happened back in April 2011 and affects life and property and casualty lines.  In a nutshell, for reinsurers … Continue reading

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