Why All Is Still Quiet On The Sandy Litigation Front

Law360, New York (October 25, 2013, 8:50 PM ET) -- A year after Superstorm Sandy left the Northeast with staggering losses, the expected onslaught of coverage lawsuits from the storm has yet to materialize. Some experts chalk this up to the quick work of insurers, while others see the role of state regulators as key to the lack of suits.

The unprecedented storm caused an estimated $18.8 billion in insured losses, making it the third-costliest hurricane covered by U.S. insurers, according to the Insurance Information Institute's records. Experts had predicted a flurry of legal battles over how...
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