MLB Sues Insurance Providers Over Losses Due to COVID – What This Means for Your Insurance Coverage

It’s the oldest trick in the book.  Insurance companies think that they can collect premiums from insureds and not pay valid claims when there’s a loss.  Don’t ever be scared off by your insurance company for losses associated with property damage, business interruption, or life insurance because you may be covered under your policy and […]

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Case Study: Team CBTG Prepares for Federal Zoom Trial

U.S. district courts, which handle trials within the federal court system, are suspending or scaling back courthouse activities in response to a sharp nationwide rise in coronavirus (COVID-19) cases.  Team CBTG, led by the duo of Ted Corless and Mary Catherine Lamoureux, is now set for trial January 11, 2021, in a case styled Cheryl Staple v. […]

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Business, Interrupted? Recover More Than Policy Limits After Insurer Delay

Case Study What does a Condo Association do when a severe storm destroys property? What if the storm caused more than $6 million in business interruption losses? Does the Association have the ability to keep their business online? What if they are stuck in an interminable claims process with the insurance company? This scenario happened […]

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Life Insurance During a Global Health Crisis

Corless Barfield Trial Group is currently litigating a nearly $10 million life insurance policy dispute. This is good news for you, since if you hire us to represent your insurance interests, you know you’re getting a firm that has experience litigation high-stakes life insurance claims. Coronavirus has incentivized people who have put off the decision […]

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Florida’s No-Fault Auto Insurance System, No Problem? Think Again

In 2020, Florida’s no-fault auto insurance system is looking to hit the refresh button.  The House Government Operations & Technology Appropriations Subcommittee recently voted 13-4 to end the no-fault system, which requires motorists to carry personal-injury protection, or PIP, coverage. The bill (HB 771) would instead require motorists to carry bodily-injury coverage.   Repealing PIP, a […]

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Experienced, Dedicated Storm Damage Attorneys

“For millions of Americans, climate change is no longer just a chart or a graph.  It’s the smoke on our tongues from massive wildfires. It’s the floodwater invading our homes and record-breaking hurricanes and heat waves.” – Gov. Jay Inslee of Washington  EYE OF THE STORM.  Washington is thousands of miles away from Florida but […]

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Major Changes in the Works For Motor Vehicle Insurance in Florida

Under Florida’s no-fault system, motorists are required to carry $10,000 in personal injury protection, or PIP, coverage, which is designed to pay medical bills after accidents. But that $10,000 figure could soon increase. The proposal would eliminate the $10,000 no-fault coverage in 2018 while mandating motorists get at least $25,000 in coverage for bodily injury […]

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