Did you settle an earthquake insurance claim with Southern Response? Have you received your true entitlement?
In a recent ruling the High Court has found that Southern Response engaged in misleading and deceptive conduct and did not pay policy ...
As the odd earthquake still rattles us, these shakes serve as a timely reminder to carry out an inspection of our homes to consider what, if any, damage exists.
Your policy of insurance provides cover for natural disaster damage but not for ...
While the Government is vowing to overhaul the Earthquake Commission due to its poor handling of the 2010-2011 earthquakes, this will not help you if your house was repaired and you still have concerns about that repair and haven’t done anything ...
Emily Flaszynski, Associate, was appointed as a member of the Canterbury Earthquake Insurance Tribunal (“CEIT”) in April. Emily joined Mortlock McCormack Law earlier this year. She specialises in relationship property, asset protection and ...
The Supreme Court has released its highly anticipated judgment in Xu & Anor v IAG  NZSC 68. This case centred on the assignment of insurance claims, in particular, the right to receive full replacement value (reinstatement) under an assigned ...
Over seven years on from the Christchurch Earthquakes, many homeowners have still not had their claims resolved. As time goes on, the possibility that insurers will rely on the Limitation Act becomes more likely.
The Limitation Act provides a ...
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