Sadovsky v. Nationwide Property and Casualty Insurance Co.
The court found that the insured waited too long after the alleged loss occurred to provide notice to its insurer because an intervening storm occurred, and the insured did not properly alllocate its losses betweeen covered and uncovered claims.
homeowner's insurance policy, hail damage, notice, condition precedent, "prompt notice", prejudice, segregation of losses, covered, uncovered, extra-contractual claims, Prompt Payment of Claims Act, common-law bad faith, independent injury
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