INSURANCE LAW – Superior Court enforces one-year contractual time limitation regarding property damage claim

2015-05-11 | Philip R. Dunn
prdunn@jacksonokeefe.com

Category: Insurance

Philip R. Dunn

In a first party claim, the court enforces a one-year contractual time limit in an all-risk homeowners policy.  The court rejected the plaintiff’s claim that an 18 month limit provided in the statutes for fire policies should apply.  Summary judgement was granted to the insurer that had denied the claim. 

Holmes v. Safeco Ins. Co., (April 16, 2015)

If you have an insurance issue, call Jackson, O’Keefe now at 860.278.4040.  Jackson O’Keefe, LLP has been practicing in the insurance defense field since the 1950s.  Jackson O’Keefe was co-founded by a former Insurance Commissioner for the State of Connecticut.

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