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Jason DePatie focuses his practice on representing insurers in matters involving property insurance coverage, liability insurance coverage, and bad faith. He is a member of the firm’s Insurance + Reinsurance Group. Mr. DePatie represents insurers in claims, disputes, and litigation related to property insurance coverage, including coverage under both commercial and homeowners insurance policies. He also advises insurance carriers on coverage obligations. Read Jason’s bio.

A New York trial court recently granted an insurer’s motion for summary judgment pursuant to the “Residence Premises Condition” contained in a homeowner’s insurance policy.  Aschmoneit v. Adirondack Insurance Exchange, 2018 N.Y. LEXIS 3418 (August 7, 2018), The court found that the insured did not reside at the home despite an affidavit asserting that he spent “most weekends” making repairs to the home.
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