With Reservation of Rights, Policyholders Pick Their Own Lawyers
If you get sued, send notice to your insurance company seeking a defense and indemnity. If in response, you get a “reservation of rights letter” back from the insurance company, they may or may not pay your claim. If they do reserve their right not to indemnify you, you can pick your own lawyer and the… Read More »With Reservation of Rights, Policyholders Pick Their Own Lawyers
Ten Tips for Massachusetts Property Insurance Claims
You have paid premiums, now you have a claim because your property got damaged. How does that work? Give Notice Early – Contact the insurer to give notice of claim. The initial notice need not be detailed. You Are Your Claim # – Know your Claim # – this is the key to the door… Read More »Ten Tips for Massachusetts Property Insurance Claims
Strict Compliance for Construction Contract Recovery, Softer Standards for Equity
G4S TECHNOLOGY LLC v MASS TECHNOLOGY PARK CORP. Mass SJC 2018 FACTS Government owner hired design builder for $45M project (internet backbone for 400,000 Western Mass users). The contract included requisition certifications that subcontractors had been paid and liquidated damages for late finish. Project got delayed. Owner held back payment on requisitions. Contractor issued change… Read More »Strict Compliance for Construction Contract Recovery, Softer Standards for Equity
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