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Cases

Each and every claim needs close attention, no matter how small. Below is a list of some of the cases CDA has successfully participated in:

  • Mississippi-Hurricane Katrina lawsuit vs. Prime Insurance Company. Jury unanimously rendered a defense/zero verdict. This is believed to be the first jury verdict in Mississippi exonerating an insurer in a Hurricane Katrina claim. Bryant v. Prime Insurance Syndicate, Inc. (2010), (no legal citation currently available); U.S. District Court, Mississippi, Southern Division, Civil Action No. 1:07CV1126-LG-RHW
  • Nevada-Damasco vs. Prime Insurance Syndicate, Inc. Court ruled no coverage for insured nursing home because Prime’s policy was clear & unambiguous about late reporting. Prime was paid $5,000 in attorney’s fees by the nursing home. Prime Insurance Syndicate, Inc. v. Damasco, 471 F.Supp.2d 1087 (2007); U.S. District Court, Nevada, Civil Action No. 2:06-CV-00503-PMP-GWF
  • California-Seanz White Water Rafting. Releases. Saenz v. Whitewater Voyages, Inc., 226 Cal.App.3d 758, 276 Cal.Rptr. 672 (1990); Court of Appeal, First District, Division 4, California, Civil Action No. A049465
  • California-Certain Underwriters at Lloyd’s, London v. Robert Steven Anderson. Policy deemed to have breached for late reporting. Certain Underwriters at Lloyd’s, London v. Robert Steven Anderson dba Advanced Cedar Roof Care, et al., (no legal citation available); Superior Court of State of California, Civil Action No. SCV-14168
  • Utah-Glenn Howard vs. Spirit Lake Lodge. Defense Verdict obtained. Howard v. Spirit Lake Lodge (2005), (no legal citation available); Third Judicial District, Summit County, Utah, Civil Action No. 030500128

We achieve our excellent claims results not only by knowing every detail of each policy’s coverage provisions, but also by knowing local jurisdiction requirements, being prompt and efficient, and attending all relevant conferences and mediations in person.