Post-Harvey Coverage Suits Fall, But Causation Rows Linger

By Jeff Sistrunk (August 20, 2018, 3:31 PM EDT) -- One year after Hurricane Harvey battered large swaths of the Texas Gulf Coast, a new state insurance law appears to have curbed the amount of coverage litigation compared to previous catastrophic storms, but policyholders are still fighting legal battles over whether their property damage losses were caused by the hurricane's high winds or existing structural flaws.

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