Insurance carriers can breathe a little easier. The Eleventh Circuit recently ruled, in EmbroidMe.com, Inc. v. Travelers Property & Casualty Co. of America, that an insurer did not have to pay attorneys’ fees incurred by its insured before the insured notified it of the litigation.
Insurance Company Not Responsible For Paying Pre-Tender Legal Fees
June 5, 2017
Robert H. de Flesco III, Esq. - Florida Construction Law News
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