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Failure To Give Facts

MISREPRESENT ONE SMALL PART OF A CLAIM AND THE ENTIRE POLICY IS VOID A recent Michigan Court of Appeals decision is instructive in how we provide information required by an insurance company in order to receive claim payments. In this case, the insured made three separate claims under a homeowners policy. The first was a […]

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Who is filling out your insurance application and is it accurate?

My agent completed an application that was not accurate or complete, and the insurance company denied my claim based on misrepresentation. I never saw the application.  Inaccurate applications can cause a coverage denial later. For example, if you said that the building was 70% occupied and it was actually 70% vacant, you will have […]

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