Richland Trace Owners Assoc. v. Landmark American Insurance Co.
The Court found that the appraisal award only considered damage to the community that had occurred in a 2017 hailstorm and therefore did not preclude the insured from asserting that it was entitled to additional damages from a 2016 hailstorm and further even if the community had failed to give timely notice of damage that allegedly occurred in 2016, there was no evidence that the insurer was prejudiced by the late notice.
property insurance, hail, hailstorm, appraisal, late notice, prejudice,
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