John Eggum Interviewed by National Association of Independent Insurance Adjusters to Discuss Controversial New Law Affecting Roof-Related Insurance Claims

Foran Glennon partner John Eggum was recently interviewed by the National Association of Independent Insurance Adjusters (NAIIA) for their November 2021 Legislative Update to discuss how recent changes in Florida law regarding roofing contractors will affect roof-related insurance claims.

In the interview, “Recent Changes in Florida Law Regarding Roofing Contractors,” John shared insights on Florida Senate Bill 76, which was enacted to address various issues affecting litigated claims and claim solicitation. John spoke to NAIIA specifically about the controversial provisions of the law relating to roofing contractors. He unpacked the key roofing-related provisions of the bill and discussed the fact that certain portions of the new law are currently subject to an injunction due to alleged violations of roofing contractors’ First Amendment rights.

To read John’s full interview, click here.

John focuses his practice on insurance coverage disputes and commercial litigation matters throughout the country. With considerable experience representing carriers in first party coverage and bad faith lawsuits, John helps insurance clients handle their unique issues in an innovative and effective manner.

The NAIIA is an association of independently owned property and casualty claims adjusting companies located throughout the United States. Through educational opportunities, training programs and leadership engagement, it aims to promote the highest standards of claim excellence and professionalism throughout its membership.