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Property Insurance Policies: Sandy Claims Likely to Test EUO Provisions

(Editor's Note: The following has been contributed by Lynda A. Bennett, partner, chair of the insurance coverage practice, and Andrew S. Zimmerman, member of the insurance coverage practice at Lowenstein Sandler LLP.)

In the months ahead, disputes are likely to increase over insurance companies’ requests for an Examination Under Oath (EUO) for Superstorm Sandy claims.  Policyholders need to know that there are limits to how much information they must supply.

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