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Judge Rules That Policy Didn't Cover Chinese Drywall Damage
On June 3 Judge Robert Doumar in U.S. District Court in Norfolk, Virginia, ruled that homeowners insurer Travco Insurance Co. is not liable for damages...
Claims of Loss from Gulf Oil Spill
The oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico is creating a growing number of claims. These come from local, state, and federal governments, as well...
Louisiana House Votes Ban on Chinese Drywall Cancellations
The Louisiana House of Representatives has amended and unanimously passed a bill which prohibits insurance companies from dropping or not renewing coverage for ...
Chinese Drywall Cases Settled in Louisiana, Big Award in Florida
In Florida a jury awarded $2.5 million to a homeowner who was forced to move his family out of their house last year because of...
Louisiana Governor Signs Chinese Drywall Law
Legislation to bar insurers from ending homeowners insurance coverage when a policyholder files a claim based on tainted Chinese-made drywall has been signed ...
New Fannie Mae Policy May Help Some Homeowners With Chinese Drywall
Some homeowners who are experiencing problems with tainted Chinese drywall, which emits a bad smell and can cause respiratory issues and other health problems, ...
Some Homeowners Gain Limited Relief From Chinese Drywall
Thousands of homeowners in 38 states have decided not to live in their houses because of the sulfur fumes emitted by drywall, fumes that some...
U.S. Officials Ask Chinese Government for Help With Tainted Drywall
The chairwoman of the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission said that the Chinese government needs to take a more active role in getting tainted drywall...
Builder Liability for Defective Drywall Limited by Court Ruling
A court ruling in Florida could limit builders' liability for damages caused by defective drywall. The decision, by a Palm Beach County judge, held that...
Judge Rules Insurance Policies Don't Cover Damage From Defective Drywall
U.S. District Court Judge Eldon Fallon in New Orleans has ruled that insurance policies do not cover damages to homes or personal property caused by...
Court OKs Pilot Program to Replace Tainted Drywall
Louisiana Attorney General Buddy Caldwell announced that under a pilot remediation program approved by U.S. District Judge Eldon Fallon, about 109 Louisiana ...
Insurers, Consumer Groups Blast Texas Insurance Scoring Cap
Something unusual happened in Texas last week: insurers and consumer groups both testified against a proposal on the use of insurance scoring. But their ...