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COURT RULES THAT INSURED IS ENTITLED TO PREAWARD INTEREST ON FULL RCV AMOUNT OF APPRAISAL AWARD, WITHOUT OFFSETS FOR PRIOR PAYMENTS MADE BY INSURER

On behalf of Smith Jadin Johnson, PLLC posted on Friday, March 23, 2018.

SJJ attorneys Alex Jadin and Tim Johnson recently won another case with significant implications for the insurance appraisal process in Minnesota.  Niakwa Village Home Owners Association v. American Family Mutual Insurance Company involved a residential community that suffered hail damage in a recent storm.  The Association made a claim for the damage to its insurance… Read more »

RSJ Wins A Major Case in the Iowa Court of Appeals

On behalf of Smith Jadin Johnson, PLLC posted on Thursday, July 20, 2017.

RSJ attorney Tim Johnson won a case before the Iowa Court of Appeals involving the scope of an insurance appraisal panel’s authority to determine the amount of a disputed loss. Walnut Creek v. Depositors Ins. Co involved a disputed hail claim to a 36 building homeowner’s association. The Association suffered hail damage to the buildings, but… Read more »

SJJ SCORES SUPREME COURT VICTORY FOR INSURANCE POLICYHOLDERS

On behalf of Smith Jadin Johnson, PLLC posted on Wednesday, December 17, 2014.

SJJ notched a victory at the Minnesota Supreme Court in Cedar Bluff Townhome Condominium Association, Inc. v. American Family Mutual Insurance Company, a landmark insurance coverage case concerning an insurance policyholder’s right to have their property repaired with matching building products. Attorneys Curt Roeder and Anthony T. Smith represented Cedar Bluff Townhome Condominium Association, a 20-building… Read more »