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Judge: Absent ‘Moses-Like Parting Of Water,’ Expert Opinion Is ‘Highly Improbable’

Mealey's (October 12, 2016, 12:06 PM EDT) -- JAMAICA, N.Y. — A New York justice on Sept. 22 granted a homeowners insurer’s motion for summary judgment in insureds’ breach of contract lawsuit, finding that because flooding caused damage to the insureds’ Breezy Point, N.Y., vacation home during Superstorm Sandy, coverage is barred (Joseph Brady and Anne Bernadette Brady v. Tower Group Companies, et al., No. 14938/2014, N.Y. Sup., Queens Co.).

(Order available.  Document #51-161013-023R.)

Wind Vs. Flood

Joseph and Anne Bernadette Brady sought coverage from their homeowners insurer Tower Insurance Company of New York...
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