Insurance – Fire Damage – Appraisal – Causation & Coverage IssuesGlendale LLC v. Amco Insurance Co. Where the defendant-insurer’s appraiser and the appraisal umpire incorporated issues of causation and coverage into their appraisal of the fire damage to plaintiff’s restaurant, the appraisal is invalid. Plaintiff’s motion for partial summary judgment is granted as to the only damages item on which the parties agree: $14,839 in lost perishable goods. Otherwise, the parties’ cross-motions for summary judgment are denied.
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Published: May 17, 2012
Time posted: 11:15 am
Tags: Appraisal, Causation & Coverage Issues, Fire Damage, Insurance