$104,500 For an Owner of a Smoke Shop due to Insurance Agent’s Negligence


Our client owned a smoke shop that was damaged by fire. After the fire, he submitted a claim, but the insurance company denied it because he didn’t maintain a protective safeguard (central fire alarm).


We sued the insurance agent because the agent had unilaterally and negligently completed the insurance application incorrectly indicating that our client has a central fire alarm when the insurance agent knew that our client didn’t.

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