Kansas insurance company claim paid out after child knocks over $132,000 statue

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The child’s parents were required to pay for the broken artwork, but their insurer paid most. The Kansas insurance company has covered the parents of a boy who knocked over a statue worth $132,000. The video of the boy toppling the artwork went viral shortly after the incident happened. The video was used as evidence against the boy and the parents were required to cover the cost of the broken artwork. That said, their Kansas insurance company came through with a payment of $107,000 for the damage caused by the…

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Evacuation cost claims expected from homeowners insurance companies

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Wildfire victims are being reminded that even if their homes aren’t damaged, they may still have coverage. The thousands of California wildfire victims who have been evacuated from Sonoma, Butte and Napa, may be able to make an evacuation cost claim with their insurers. Those carrying homeowners or renters insurance policies may be able to make claims to help with the expenses. Even in cases when properties haven’t been damaged, many renters and homeowners insurance policies cover some or all of the evacuation cost they face when ordered to leave…

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Tracy Morgan insurance dispute with Walmart won’t see him deposed

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The celebrity of Saturday Night Live and 30 Rock fame refused to testify under oath in this case. The current Tracy Morgan insurance case against Walmart has changed its tone as the celebrity refused to testify in a deposition. Walmart’s insurance company, Ohio Casualty, demanded that Morgan participate in a 7-hour deposition. The purpose of the deposition, said the insurance company, is to show that Morgan has exaggerated his injuries in order to obtain the claimed payout. The payout is reported to be around $90 million. That said, Benedict Morelli,…

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Sinkhole insurance likely lacking for damaged Fraser homes

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Homeowners are likely to receive unwanted news from the bad gift they received on Christmas Eve. Homes damaged on Christmas Eve in suburban Detroit are unlikely to be covered by sinkhole insurance. Experts are saying that while homeowners should still file claims with their insurers, much or all of the damage from the Fraser sinkhole is unlikely to be covered. Standard insurance policies contain exclusions when it comes to perils such as sinkholes. Sinkhole insurance is frequently quite uncommon due to the careful wording of homeowners insurance policies. They contain…

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Property insurance claim filed by Sedgwick County following fraud

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A week after discovering it had been scammed out of half a million dollars or more, the filing of loss was made. Sedgwick County officials have filed a property insurance claim a week after it discovered it had been scammed. The county had fallen victim to a scam and, as a result, had lost over half a million dollars to the scammers. The county determined that it had lost $566,088.90 as a result of internal fraudulent activity. Sedgwick County was asked for the personnel file of one of its employees…

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Kim Kardashian robbery has now led to an insurance claim for stolen jewelry

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The celebrity who was the victim of a terrifying robbery has now submitted a claim for what was lost in the theft. The Kim Kardashian robbery that filled the headlines last week has now led to a sizeable insurance claim. When the celebrity was tied up and robbed at gunpoint, the criminals reportedly took 13 items from her possession. The reality television star has now filed an insurance claim suggesting the pieces were worth less than initially suggested. The insurance claim from the Kim Kardashian robbery indicates that the 13…

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New information discovered about fire insurance denials in Indian Hill

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Details have now been released about the blaze in Ohio that destroyed a $4 million home. In 2014, a massive fire ripped through a multi-million dollar home in Indian Hill, Ohio, but despite the fact that it was covered by fire insurance, the insurer denied the owner’s claim and refused to pay for the damages. New details with regards to that case have now emerged to shine some light on the situation. The homeowners, Jeffrey and Maria Decker, filed a $60 million lawsuit against the fire insurance company, last January.…

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