Medical Practice v. Insurance Company

Following the vandalism and theft at a high end medical practice in Manhattan, the insurance company initially refused to provide coverage due to the fact the medical practice had vacated the space the night before and was preparing to turn the keys over to the landlord. The insurance company argued that the medical practice had no insurable interest in the property at the time of the loss. Following an examination under oath, Greenblatt Agulnick, obtained payment for the full value of the claim, $150,000.00

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