Posted on Feb 16, 2009
Earlier today, it was reported that Florida condominium owners were awarded over $20 million in their claim against their insurer to recover their property damages suffered when their buildings were condemned in the aftermath of Hurricane Wilma. Although the insurance company countered that the entire lawsuit should be barred because the plaintiffs had inflated their claims and were therefore guilty of fraud, the jury ultimately rejected the insurance company's claims.

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