A New Jersey judge recently ruled that damage caused by Hurricane Sandy’s storm surge did not fall under the flood sublimits of Public Service Enterprise Group, Inc.’s (PSEG) insurance policies. The issue in Public Service Enterprise Group v. Ace Insurance was one of first impression in New Jersey. The Facts...
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Flood Insurance Doesn’t Cover Hurricane Sandy Yard Debris
The Third Circuit Court of Appeals recently issued a ruling regarding reimbursement under the federal flood insurance program. In Torre...
New Jersey Considering Regulations for Ride-Sharing Providers
New Jersey may soon join the growing list of states that have crafted legislation to specifically address the business model...
NJ Appeals Court Rules Insurance Violation Does Not Destroy Law Firm’s Limited Liability Protection
Failing to carry the proper legal malpractice insurance can lead to significant sanctions, but it does not destroy a law...
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