As we have written before (read here), providing timely notice of an insurance claim can often be the difference between securing coverage, or facing financial catastrophe. In the case of 1500 Coral Towers Condominium Association, Inc. v. Citizens Property Insurance Corporation, Florida Courts have again weighed in on the topic. In that case, the condominium suffered what appeared to be minor roof damage as a result of land-falling Hurricane Wilma in October of 2005. The Condominium Association took it upon themselves to make those relatively minor roofing repairs in December of 2005. That they hoped would be the end of the story. Unfortunately that was not the case. Read On . . .
Board-Certified In Construction Law By The Florida Bar