Issues in Condominium Insurance (2/17/2022)

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Product No: 38958
Duration: 0.58 Hours
Publish Date : 2/17/2022

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In a condominium property damage case every personality clash can be magnified exponentially as all sides fight over insurance proceeds, who gets them and from where, and who just doesn’t care.  The unit owner may have to deal with their own unit owner’s (or HO-6) policy as well as the master policy.  But the master policy insurer can refuse to deal directly with the unit owner; the condominium trustees may refuse to get involved; and the management company may put up roadblocks.  Property damage in common spaces brings up a whole different set of insurance issues.

This panel of experts cover:

  • what the HO6 policy and the master policy generally should cover,
  • what roles the unit owner, the condominium trustees, and the management company play in resolving a property damage claim,
  • what recourse they each have and do not have against each other and the insurers, and
  • traps for the unwary.


Christopher Malloy
Moriarty Troyer & Malloy LLC

Katie Dodge
USI Insurance Services, LLC

Melissa Sherwood
Panakio Adjusters Inc.

Nina E. Kallen
Law Office of Nina Kallen

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