Hoffer v. Travelers Insurance Group

Insurance company denied an insurance claim for catastrophic fire damage to a rental property. Insurance company alleged that the owner of the building caused the fire, relying upon expert reports indicating the presence of gasoline poured in two locations throughout the building. A lawsuit was commenced against Travelers in Federal Court. Discovery was completed and the allegations of arson were successfully defended. Travelers declined to pursue charges or a claim against the owner and Plaintiff’s claim was paid. Settled for $240,000.00.

 

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