Little left unsaid, Unexplained in Book Covering the Valuable, but Challenging, Appraisal Clause By Emanuel Levy, Editor, The Insurance Advocate Jonathan Wilkofsky, prominent plaintiffs’ attorney based in New York, writes in the preface of this book, “The Law and Procedure of Insurance Appraisal” that his goal was to present a text “as accurate, balanced and…Details
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Bill 6266-A, Sponsored by Senator William J. Larkin, Jr. and Assembly member Aileen Gunther. An act to amend the insurance law in relation requiring continuing education and minimum standards for public adjusters. Drafted by Jonathan Wilkofsky and signed into law by Governor George Pataki on July 10, 1998. This Bill raised the level of conduct required…Details
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 22, 2011 For further information, please call: Jonathan J. Wilkosky, Esq. Wilkofsky, Friedman, Karel & Cummins (212)285-0510 or Fax (212)285 0531 email: firstname.lastname@example.org Baruch Fekete v. GA Insurance Company, Supreme Court, Kings Country After four hours of deliberation a Brooklyn, New York jury awarded the full amount of Plaintiff’s building claim,…Details