David v. Goliath – The Difficult Task of Fighting Your Insurance Company

I was recently speaking with a client about the posture of a pending case and the client was surprised to know that nearly all of the insurance companies that were originally brought into the suit had whittled their way out due to policy limitations, lack of coverage and policy exclusions. Most laymen, including contractors and […]

Around the Web in Construction Law – April 9, 2010

For some time in 2009, the Construction Law Monitor published an "Around The Web" post each Friday, highlighting some of the top construction law updates around the web that week.   We fell off the wagon a bit as 2009 came to a close, but starting this week we're bringing the feature back. A lot […]

Fast Action Required To Make Homeowners Insurance Claims

In the past, we discussed whether Homeowners Insurance will be liable for Chinese Drywall damages in Louisiana.  While the jury is still out on this issue, we've posted on a number of occasions that the courts may very well find coverage for chinese drywall losses within homeowner insurance policies. Now, many are reporting that a […]